Qvar Inhaler and Auto inhaler

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Qvar inhalers are a preventative treatment for everyday asthma symptoms. There are two varieties of Qvar inhalers available: the Aerosol Inhaler and the Autohaler. These inhalers are effective in helping to control your asthma and preventing the occurrence of future attacks. Typical daily use requires a dose in the morning and evening to lower inflammation in the lungs to stop asthma attacks. Using the Qvar's Aerosol inhaler is simple just press the metal canister down and the medicine is released as a spray. Qvar Autohaler on the other hand automatically releases the dosage when you inhale from the mouthpiece. Corticosteroid, Beclomethasone Dipropionate is the active ingredient in the inhalers. Once it enters the lungs, it prevents cells in the area from producing the inflammation-causing chemicals. Everyday use of Qvar inhalers effectively manages the inflammation of the airways hence lowering the risk of an asthma attack.

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What is Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler?

Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler are two types of inhalers used to treat asthma. Qvar Inhaler is a corticosteroid inhaler, while Auto Inhaler is an electronic device that helps deliver the medication from the inhaler to your lungs. Both devices are effective in treating asthma symptoms. Speak to your doctor first if you're interested in using either of these devices to help manage your asthma.

How Does Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler Work?

Both Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler work by delivering a dose of beclomethasone dipropionate, a corticosteroid, directly to your lungs. This helps to reduce inflammation and open up your airways, making it easier to breathe. Qvar Inhaler is a metered-dose inhaler that delivers the beclomethasone dipropionate in a dry powder form. You will need to breathe in deeply and slowly for the drug to reach your lungs. The auto Inhaler is an electronic inhaler that takes care of timing and delivering the dose for you. It also has a built-in sensor that checks whether you have taken a dose or not.

What Does Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler Treat?

  • Asthma
  • Wheezing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Swelling and irritation of the airwaves


  • Never exceed the dosage prescribed by your doctor.
  • Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler are for oral inhalation use only, therefore you should not ingest them.
  • Keep Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler out of the reach of children.
  • Do not use the treatments if you have been diagnosed with a liver disease without informing your doctor.
  • If you have a history of respiratory infections such as tuberculosis, do not use the medication without informing your doctor.


  • Both Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler should be used as prescribed by a doctor.
  • Qvar Inhaler and Auto Inhaler are both meant to be used in the same way - by taking a deep breath in and then exhaling fully.
  • It's important to make sure that you shake the inhalers well before use, as this will help to ensure that the medication is evenly distributed.
  • The correct way to use Qvar Inhaler is to hold the inhaler upright with the thumb on the bottom and inhale deeply and steadily.
  • It is also important to rinse your mouth with water after using Qvar Inhaler to avoid any potential irritation.
  • For Auto Inhaler, it is important to make sure that the inhalation cartridge is inserted into the device properly.
  • The Auto Inhaler must also be charged for at least 2 hours before its first use.
  • To use Auto Inhaler, hold the device upright and press the activation button.
  • Inhale deeply and steadily. It is also important to rinse your mouth with water after using Auto Inhaler to avoid any potential irritation.
  • Your dosage depends on the severity of your Asthma, therefore you should use it as prescribed.


  • The active ingredient in Qvar inhalers is beclomethasone dipropionate.
  • The inactive ingredients are ethanol and Propellant HFA-134a.

Side Effects

  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Sneezing
  • Oral thrush
  • Sore throat
  • Allergic reactions