For chronic respiratory diseases

AirChamber

Taking asthma treatment to a new level of simplicity

WHAT IS IT?

AirChamber is an antistatic spacer chamber, designed and tested for the therapeutic effectiveness of pre-dosed sprays (MDIs) in the small airways deep in the lungs.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

It makes the management of asthma episodes easier and more effective.

AirChamber holds the medicine in the chamber until you breathe in, adapting to your breathing and allowing the drug to reach your airways in the best possible way. An asthma attack is often cause for nervousness and worry (especially for children): AirChamber allows anyone to breathe normally while the medicine is released, and the valve’s low resistance maximizes air flow.

In addition, using a device like AirChamber reduces drug deposition in the mouth and throat and helps to improve its distribution in the lower respiratory tract.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

Certainly the Cross Valve Technology, designed to provide very low resistance during drug inhalation (breathing in) and to support people to breathe out easily through the device. The transparent chamber allows users to see the valve work correctly while administering the medicine.

IN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND IT?

AirChamber is available in pharmacies and includes spacer chamber, oval mouthpiece and soft silicone mask – in 3 different sizes to choose from:

  • Small, for children under 1 year of age
  • Medium, for children between 1 and 5
  • Large, for children over 5 and adults
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