Spacer

Also known as Valved Holding Chamber (VHC)

Spacers are designed to assist with metered dose inhalers (MDI), and aim to improve inhaler technique by increasing the amount of medication that is inhaled. Such devices are particularly useful for:

  • Patients with poor inhalation technique
  • Children
  • Patients requiring higher doses
  • Sufferers of nocturnal asthma
  • Patients
  • prone to develop candidiasis (oral thrush)
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Flo-Tone CR Spacer

Flo-Tone CR Guides patient to correct pMDI use (flow rate, co-ordination and duration). It is used to help patients acquire and retain good inhaler technique.

As a mini-spacer; by attaching the device to an inhaler, drug delivery is improved, while unwanted oropharyngeal deposition is reduced. As a training aid for initial familiarisation with pMDI technique, moving on to the active medication for day-to-day use.

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DispozABLE Spacer

Designed to be used straight from the box, without pre-washing in an emergency situation. DispozABLE spacer is to be used as a single use spacer.

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A2A Spacer

The A2A spacer is designed with space in mind. Its compact collapsible (pull-to-open twist-to-close) design enables patients to receive their inhaled aerosol medication efficiently without having to carry around large devices. A2A incorporates the latest features to improve patient experience.

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Able Spacer

Originally introduced in 1996 Able spacer has played an important role in many countries enabling patients to receive their inhaled aerosol medication. Now Able Spacer 2 incorporates the latest features to improve patient experience.

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