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A Volumatic Salbomatic Spacer Device is a large-volume spacer device which is intended to make it easier for you to use your Inhaler effectively.Salbomatic Spacerhelps the medicine reach your lungs where Salbomatic Spacer is needed instead of being deposited at the back of the throat where it may be less effective or may cause irritation. Salbomatic Spacermakes it easier to use your Inhaler because you don’t have to press down on the Inhaler and breathe in at the same time. A Paediatric Salbomatic SpacerDevice, which has a soft mask, is available for babies and small children. Clean the Volumatic Spacer Device before first use of Salbomatic Spacer.
Fit the two halves of the Volumatic Spacer Device together. Line up the notch on one half with the slot on the other (these are marked with small arrows), then press the two halves firmly together. Take off the mouthpiece cover from the inhaler and check inside and outside to make sure that the mouthpiece is clean and free of objects. If the inhaler is new or has not been used for a week or more, point the mouthpiece away from you and release one or two puffs into the air.
A Salbomatic Spacer spacer device is a plastic container with a mouthpiece or mask at one end, and space to insert an inhaler at the other. Salbomatic Spacer Spacer devices ensure the person with asthma gets the maximum benefit from their medication and helps direct it to where it’s needed in the lungs.
Side effect :
You may experience dizziness, lightheadedness, and blurred vision as your body adjusts to the medication. If any of these effects persist or worsen, notify your doctor or pharmacist promptly.
When not use :
Salbomatic Spacer is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to the drug.