Inhalatory suchego proszku w dobie pandemii COVID-19 – co jest ważne dla pacjenta? Artykuł przeglądowy

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Andrzej Emeryk
Justyna Emeryk-Maksymiuk
Kamil Janeczek
Karolina Grzywna

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W artykule przedstawiono możliwości terapii inhalacyjnej astmy za pomocą inhalatorów suchego proszku w dobie pandemii COVID-19. Zwrócono uwagę na inhalatory suchego proszku obecne na polskim rynku zawierające kombinację glikokortykosteroidów wziewnych z długo działającym β2-mimetykiem. Pokazano podobieństwa i różnice między różnymi DPI, akcentując cechy, które są ważne z punktu widzenia pacjenta. Szczegółowo omówiono inhalator Forspiro®, który ma unikalne mechanizmy kontroli używania i poprawności techniki inhalacji, ważne dla chorego w dobie pandemii COVID-19 i teleporad medycznych.

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Emeryk , A., Emeryk-Maksymiuk , J., Janeczek , K., & Grzywna , K. (2021). Inhalatory suchego proszku w dobie pandemii COVID-19 – co jest ważne dla pacjenta? . Alergoprofil, 17(2), 3-9. https://doi.org/10.24292/01.AP.172210421
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