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Como usar un inhalador de dosis medidas con un espaciador - Medical Animation
 
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Como usar un inhalador de dosis medidas con un espaciador - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Las personas que tienen afecciones pulmonares como el asma o la EPOC a menudo toman sus medicamentos mediante el uso de un dispositivo manual llamado "inhalador de dosis medidas", MDI (por sus siglas en inglés), con un espaciador. Un inhalador de dosis medidas rocía el medicamento por la boca para que pueda llegar a las vías respiratorias. Si su inhalador no se usa de la manera correcta, es posible que parte del medicamento quede en la parte posterior de la boca y no llegue a las vías respiratorias, donde se necesita. Este video le mostrará los pasos generales para usar un inhalador con un espaciador de manera correcta. Es importante seguir las instrucciones que trae su inhalador de dosis medidas y espaciador. Un inhalador de dosis medidas tiene tres partes principales: la tapa de la boquilla, la boquilla y el contenedor del medicamento. Un espaciador logra que llegue más medicamento a las vías respiratorias. El espaciador se adhiere a la boquilla del inhalador y también tiene una boquilla y una tapa. Antes de usar el inhalador de dosis medidas, retire la tapa de la boquilla y agite el inhalador. A continuación, retire la tapa del espaciador y asegúrese de que esté limpio adentro. Si esta es la primera vez que usa su inhalador, o si no lo ha usado durante un tiempo, tendrá que cebarlo antes de colocarlo en el espaciador. Lea las instrucciones para saber cómo y cuándo hacer esto con su inhalador. Conecte el espaciador al inhalador. Cuando esté listo para usar el inhalador, póngase de pie o siéntese derecho. Respire hondo y exhale completamente para vaciar los pulmones. Ponga la boquilla del espaciador en la boca entre los dientes y por encima de la lengua. A continuación, cierre los labios alrededor de la boquilla para formar un sello hermético. Presione firmemente en la parte superior del inhalador para liberar una bocanada de medicamento en el espaciador y respire tan lenta y profundamente como pueda. Si escucha un silbido, está respirando demasiado rápido. Se recomienda que contenga la respiración y cuente hasta diez. Finalmente, exhale lentamente por la boca. Si su dosis de medicamento requiere dos inhalaciones, puede que tenga que esperar antes de tomar la segunda inhalación. Siga las instrucciones que trae su inhalador para saber cuánto deberá esperar entre inhalaciones. Después de usar un inhalador de esteroides, enjuáguese la boca con agua y escúpala. Es importante limpiar el inhalador y el espaciador para que funcionen correctamente. Lea las instrucciones de su inhalador y espaciador para ver la manera correcta de limpiarlos. El uso adecuado del inhalador de dosis medidas puede ayudarle a controlar los síntomas de su afección pulmonar y mejorar su vida diaria, por lo tanto, si tiene preguntas sobre el uso de su inhalador, hable con su proveedor de atención médica o farmacéutico.

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