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[IP] Re: Thrush

In a message dated 3/20/01 8:43:28 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
email @ redacted writes:

> Melanie,
> A spacer device is used with asthma inhalers to help get more medication
> down in the lungs.  It looks like a big plastic cylinder with a mouthpiece
> on one end and a place for the inhaler to go into the device on the other
> end.  If you use an inhaler without a spacer/holding chamber, a good portion
> of the med is sprayed in the mouth or the back of the throat.
> You are okay with a nasal steriod like Flonase.

What about Flovent, Steve?  My son has asthma & he uses flovent .  He also 
has albuterol for an emergency enhaler.  We were never even told about a 
  Kim...........Mom of Ashley(diabetic for 5 years & not pumping yet)
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