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When do I know that my Turbuhaler is empty?

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11 Apr 2011

Pulmicort turbuhaler has a dose indicator. When a red mark first appears in the little window underneath the mouthpiece, there are approximately 20 doses left. Now is the time to obtain your next inhaler. When the red mark reaches the bottom of the window, you should discard your inhaler. The sound you hear when you shake the inhaler is produced by a drying agent, not medication.

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