Your doctor or nurse may prescribe an inhaler called Salbutamol.
Salbutamol belongs to a group of medications called ‘bronchodilators’, these are usually blue in colour and often referred to as ‘reliever’ inhalers.
This inhaler contains a medicine to relax or open the airways and relieve the wheezy symptoms.
It is important this medicine is always given using a spacer device with or without a mask depending on your child’s age and ability. Your doctor or nurse should show you and your child how to use this correctly.