Provide your patients with a complete package of helpful features

The Red Inhaler offers your patients these features in their quick-relief inhaler:

ProAir HFA albuterol sulfate with dose counter 200

Rescue inhaler with built-in dose counter1

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Longer-duration spray plume

Longer-duration spray plume2

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preferred formulary coverage

Most preferred formulary coverage3

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24-month expiration

Up to 24-month expiration4

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Storage flexibility

Storage flexibility and portability1,5,6

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The Red Inhaler spray plume is designed to help patients inhale each dose

Spray duration

  • ~2.5 times longer than that of Ventolin® HFA1

Spray force

  • 55% less forceful than Ventolin HFA1

Spray temperature

  • Warmer, lower-impact spray1

Proper inhalation technique impacts performance

Patients may make mistakes using inhalers

  • In a study of 3811 patients, 76% were found to use their metered-dose inhaler improperly1
  • Difficulty using an inhaler may impact drug delivery2,3
  • One problem: specific techniques required for proper inhaler use3

Improvement in inhalation technique linked to proper patient instruction3

  • Better inhalation technique was associated with:
    • More time spent on patient instruction
    • Practical demonstrations
    • Subsequent evaluation

For patients with both intermittent and persistent asthma, the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program Guidelines recommend short-acting beta2-agonists (SABAs) as needed for symptoms.4

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