New - AeroChamber2go* chamber

AeroChamber2go* chamber logo

Designed for use on-the-go.

The new AeroChamber2go* chamber helps deliver inhaler medication where it is needed to work in your lungs.

  • 2 in 1 chamber and protective case
  • Proven to deliver medication better than your inhaler alone1,2
  • Works with your inhaler to help you breathe better
  • Designed and developed with the help of inhaler users

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The AeroChamber2go* chamber is designed, developed, and tested with the help of inhaler users.

"I can't believe the difference using a chamber makes"
- John

"It's something I can travel with...something I can put in my pocket"
- Trish

"It's more discrete and easy to carry"
- David

Your inhaler can be stored inside the chamber.

  • Easy to clean and all one piece
  • Remove the cap from the inhaler when storing it inside the chamber
  • The chamber can be used directly out of the package and should be cleaned weekly - chamber is dishwasher safe!
  • Designed to fit most commonly prescribed inhalers
  • Note: Does not fit round inhalers such as Airomir, Qvar or Alvesco

 

How AeroChamber2go* chamber works

How the AeroChamber2go* chamber opens

Shake

inhaler immediately before use (remove cap)

Insert

into back of chamber

Press

inhaler as you start to breath in slowly and deeply

 

Delivers inhaler medication better than the inhaler alone1,2

Inhaler alone

If you can taste your inhaler medication, it’s likely not getting where it needs to go.

Inhaler with AeroChamber2go* chamber

More medication is delivered to the lungs1,2

How to use and clean the AeroChamber2go* chamber

The AeroChamber2go* chamber is easy to use and clean. Watch the video to learn more.

References:
1 Testing of a prototype: Suggett et al. Impact of inhalation delay on medication delivery from a salbutamol HFA pressurized metered dose inhaler used with and without a new prototype portable valved holding chamber. European Respiratory Journal 2019 54:PA4229. 2 Data on file.