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Asthma in children

Find out more about the signs and symptoms of asthma, aids and tips to help you care for your child and what to do if your child has an asthma attack.

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Nebuliser use and care - National Asthma Council Australia

A nebuliser is a machine used to change liquid medication into a vapour that you can inhale. It works by pumping pressurised air through the liquid to form a fi

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FAQs - National Asthma Council Australia

The National Asthma Council Australia (NAC) is a not-for-profit organisation working to improve health outcomes and quality of life for people with asthma.

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Asthma inhaler and medication tips - National Asthma Council Australia

How to stick to your asthma medications Ask your doctor, pharmacist or asthma educator about the role of each of your medications. Ask them for written i

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Puffer and inhaler care - National Asthma Council Australia

Cleaning your inhaler Different types of inhalers need to cleaned in different ways. Your puffer o

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Using your medicines correctly - National Asthma Council Australia

The National Asthma Council Australia (NAC) is a not-for-profit organisation working to improve health outcomes and quality of life for people with asthma.

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Using your asthma or COPD inhaler correctly - National Asthma Council Australia

The National Asthma Council Australia (NAC) is a not-for-profit organisation working to improve health outcomes and quality of life for people with asthma.

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Asthma treatment: children & teenagers | Raising Children Network

Asthma treatment and management aims to prevent asthma so children can lead healthy, balanced lives. But you still need an emergency plan for asthma attacks.

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Asthma medicines | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Good asthma control is: • NOT waking up with asthma symptoms and not having symptoms on more than two days per week

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Asthma medication inhalation devices | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Spacer devices A spacer device is a holding chamber that helps children with asthma to use their aerosol inhalers or metered dose inhalers (puffers) effectively

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