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Spacers RSB® for MDI Inhalers

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Also known as aerosol-holding chambers, add-on devices and spacing devices, spacers are long tubes (like a bottle) that slow the delivery of medication from pressurized MDIs.


It is a device designed for optimal delivery of aerosol medications, improving coordination, allowing the passage of therapeutic smaller particles.
The spacer device RSB® prevents the loss of medication during inhalation.
The spacer device RSB® helps reduce impact pressure aerosol inhaler in the oral and pharyngeal cavity.


- Shake the inhaler well before use (3-4 shakes).
- Remove the cap from your inhaler.
- Put the inhaler into the spacer.
- Breathe out, away from the spacer.
- Bring the spacer to your mouth, put the mouthpiece between your teeth and close your lips around it.
- Press the top of your inhaler once.
- Breathe in very slowly until you have taken a full breath. Breathe in slowly.
- Hold your breath for about ten seconds, and then breathe out.

Cleaning your Spacer RSB®

Instructions to clean your spacer:
- Take the spacer apart.
- Gently move the parts back and forth in warm water using a mild soap. Never use high-pressure or boiling hot water, rubbing alcohol or disinfectant.
- Rinse the parts well in clean water.
- Do not dry inside of the spacer with a towel as it will cause static. Instead, let the parts air dry (for example, leave them out overnight).
- Put the spacer back together.


Spacers RSB® for MDI Inhalers

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Spacers Plus RSB® for MDI Inhalers

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Incentive spirometer RSB®

The Incentive Spirometer RSB® is a device that helps the patient to take slow and deep breaths; and, to expand and fill your lungs with air. The Incentive Spirometer RSB® is made up of a main tube, a breathing tube, an indicator and the stimulus (ball). The breathing tube is connected to the main tube and has a mouthpiece at the end.


The incentive Spirometer teaches you how to take slow deep breaths. After surgery, it may be too painful to take deep breaths. You may also feel too weak to take deep breaths. When you do not breathe deeply enough, this can lead to lung illness. By using the Incentive Spirometer every 1 to 2 hours, or as instructed by your nurse or doctor, you can take an active role in your recovery and keep your lungs healthy.


Sit up as straight as possible. Do not bend your head forward or backward. Hold the Incentive Spirometer in an upright position. Place the indicator to the level that you need to reach or that your primary healthcare provider has suggested. Exhale (breathe out) normally and then do the following:

- Put the mouthpiece in your mouth and close your lips tightly around it. Do not block the mouthpiece with your tongue.

- Inhale slowly and deeply through the mouthpiece to raise the stimulus. Try to make the stimulus rise up to the level of the goal marker.

- When you cannot inhale any longer, remove the mouthpiece and hold your breath for at least 3 seconds.
- Exhale normally.

- Repeat these steps 10 to 12 times every, or as often as directed.

- Keep a log of the highest level you are able to reach each time. This will help caregivers see if your lung function improves.

- Clean the mouthpiece with soap and water after each use.


Spacers IN-CAM RSB® for MDI Inhalers

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