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Our Devices are used to deliver inhaled medication for treating, preventing and controlling symptoms of asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

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Our Devices are used to deliver inhaled medication for treating, preventing and controlling symptoms of asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for by entering the product name e.g. Spiriva Handihaler.
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Spiriva Handihaler
Spiriva Handihaler
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From $2.87 per Device
Rotahaler Inhalation Device
Rotahaler Inhalation Device
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Applicator only
Use only with Duova, Tiova and Foratec Rotacaps
From $5.75 per Device
Zerostat Spacer
Zerostat Spacer
On Sale
Generic
Device only
For use with Cipla Inhaler
From $12.65 per Unit
Zerostat VT Spacer  with FlowGate valve
Zerostat VT Spacer with FlowGate valve
Generic
Device only
Use only with Cipla Inhaler
From $28.75 per Unit

About inhaler devices

Inhaler devices are designed to help deliver inhaled medication into the airways in the most efficient manner and with minimal loss of medication.  Inhaled medication is used for treating, preventing and controlling symptoms of asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

The type of device used depends on the type of medication and delivery mechanism being used and includes:

  • Spacer device for use with a metered dose inhaler
  • Dry powder inhalation device for use with capsules

Spacer devices for aerosol inhalers

Aerosols, containing respiratory medication and a propellant are generated using a pressurised metered dose inhaler (MDI).  These particles are often generated at a faster rate than can be inhaled by the user, as this takes considerable coordination between actuation of the inhaler and inhalation of the aerosol.  Poor coordination results in deposition of these particles at the back of the throat, which can cause local side effects, such as yeast infection due to inhaled steroids; also the amount of medication reaching the airways can be reduced if deposited in the throat.  

The MDI is attached to one end of the spacer device, which acts as an interface between the patient and the medication, minimising need for coordination with the inhaler.  The aerosol medication is delivered into a spacer, which is essentially a tube with a mouthpiece at the other end.  A spacer device can also include a valve and this type of spacer is also called a holding chamber, since the aerosol is held in the chamber for longer to allow for controlled deep inhalations from the aerosol cloud within the spacer, which reduces the risk of exhaling into the chamber

The spacer also allows the aerosol to break into smaller droplets before being inhaled, which increases the efficiency of drug delivery into the lungs.

A spacer device can be coated to prevent loss of medication by sticking due to static.  

Dry powder inhaler devices

A dry powder inhaler (DPI) is a device for delivering medication directly into the lungs in the form of a small particulate dry powder, without the use of a propellant.  The delivery mechanism depends on the force of inhalation and is generally designed to be used with minimal inhalation force.

A device for use with a DPI is available to dispense the contents of a single dose contained within an individual capsule.  A capsule must be loaded into the device, which then pierces the capsule releasing the powder containing the medication for inhalation.  This form of delivery is activated by inhalation and therefore, less coordination is needed.  When the contents of a capsule have been inhaled, the capsule must be removed from the device before another capsule can be loaded.  
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About inhaler devices

Inhaler devices are designed to help deliver inhaled medication into the airways in the most efficient manner and with minimal loss of medication.  Inhaled medication is used for treating, preventing and controlling symptoms of asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

The type of device used depends on the type of medication and delivery mechanism being used and includes:

  • Spacer device for use with a metered dose inhaler
  • Dry powder inhalation device for use with capsules

Spacer devices for aerosol inhalers

Aerosols, containing respiratory medication and a propellant are generated using a pressurised metered dose inhaler (MDI).  These particles are often generated at a faster rate than can be inhaled by the user, as this takes considerable coordination between actuation of the inhaler and inhalation of the aerosol.  Poor coordination results in deposition of these particles at the back of the throat, which can cause local side effects, such as yeast infection due to inhaled steroids; also the amount of medication reaching the airways can be reduced if deposited in the throat.  

The MDI is attached to one end of the spacer device, which acts as an interface between the patient and the medication, minimising need for coordination with the inhaler.  The aerosol medication is delivered into a spacer, which is essentially a tube with a mouthpiece at the other end.  A spacer device can also include a valve and this type of spacer is also called a holding chamber, since the aerosol is held in the chamber for longer to allow for controlled deep inhalations from the aerosol cloud within the spacer, which reduces the risk of exhaling into the chamber

The spacer also allows the aerosol to break into smaller droplets before being inhaled, which increases the efficiency of drug delivery into the lungs.

A spacer device can be coated to prevent loss of medication by sticking due to static.  

Dry powder inhaler devices

A dry powder inhaler (DPI) is a device for delivering medication directly into the lungs in the form of a small particulate dry powder, without the use of a propellant.  The delivery mechanism depends on the force of inhalation and is generally designed to be used with minimal inhalation force.

A device for use with a DPI is available to dispense the contents of a single dose contained within an individual capsule.  A capsule must be loaded into the device, which then pierces the capsule releasing the powder containing the medication for inhalation.  This form of delivery is activated by inhalation and therefore, less coordination is needed.  When the contents of a capsule have been inhaled, the capsule must be removed from the device before another capsule can be loaded.  
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All medicines have risks and benefits, and individual results may vary. Only purchase medicines from this site in accordance with the advice you have obtained from an appropriate medical professional.
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