Request a placebo training inhaler
It’s been estimated that approximately 14-92% of respiratory patients don’t use their device correctly.1 As poor inhaler technique can lead to poor outcomes,2 we provide training inhalers so that you can teach the correct technique, right from the start.
You can also access how to videos on the relevant product pages.
Order placebo training inhalers directly from Chiesi below.
Please note, our placebo training inhalers can only be sent to NHS institution addresses, and we provide them for individual use only. Our placebo training inhalers are supplied only to enable you to demonstrate the correct inhaler technique to a patient.
I would like to request the following placebo training inhaler(s) from Chiesi Limited to aid with inhaler technique:
pMDI training inhalers
White pressurised metered dose inhalers (pMDI)
White generic placebo training devices that represent pMDI devices: Clenil® (beclometasone), Atimos® (formoterol) and Fostair® (beclometasone / formoterol).
Grey pressurised metered dose inhalers (pMDI)
Grey placebo training inhaler that represents our Trimbow® (beclometasone / formoterol / glycopyrronium) pMDI device.
To maximise the use of pMDI placebo inhalers, please consider utilising them alongside occlusion mouthpieces, available below:
pMDI disposable occlusion mouthpieces
Single use mouthpieces designed for use with white and grey pMDI placebo training inhalers. Prevents contamination through the pMDI mouthpiece.
DPI training inhalers
Pink and white Dry Powder Inhalers (DPI)
Pink and white placebo training inhaler to represent our Fostair® (beclometasone / formoterol) NEXThaler® device.
Grey and white Dry Powder Inhalers (DPI)
Grey and white placebo training inhaler to represent our Trimbow® (beclometasone / formoterol / glycopyrronium) NEXThaler® device.
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- Chrystyn H, van der Palen J, Sharma R et al. npj Prim Care Resp Med 2017;27(22)
- Melani A, Bonavia M, Cilenti V et al. Respiratory Medicine 2011;105(6):930-938