Your child's inhalers and medicines

Your child’s medicines help relieve symptoms and cut the risk of asthma attacks.

Inhalers and medicines

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How is asthma treated in children?

Find out how asthma inhalers and other medicines can help your child’s asthma symptoms.
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Common concerns about your child’s medicines

It is OK to have questions about your child’s asthma medicines - we answer the most common queries that parents of children with asthma have.
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Help your child use their inhaler

If your child needs to use asthma inhalers, here’s a guide through the stages - from using a facemask on a young baby to making sure older children use the correct inhaler technique.
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