Learn how to use your Turbuhaler device correctly to make sure you get the right amount of medicine to your lungs. Read more: http://www.nps.org.au/topics/inhaler-devices-for-respiratory-medicines. This animation was developed by NPS MedicineWise and the University of Sydney, with support from an Australian Research Council Linkage Project and the Australian Government Department of Health. The animated diagrams are provided for educational purposes only. They are intended to be a general representation of the way different types of inhaler devices work and may not reflect the realities of an actual inhaler device. These diagrams are believed by NPS MedicineWise to be reliable, but NPS MedicineWise provides no warranty as to their accuracy, currency or completeness. NPS MedicineWise is not affiliated with any products and/or names mentioned in the animated diagrams. Reference to any specific product is for educational purposes only and does not constitute or imply endorsement, recommendation or favouring of that product by NPS MedicineWise.
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