Chronic Conditions
ProAir Digihaler (Albuterol Sulfate Inhaler)
starting at $139.99

ProAir Digihaler and Proair Respiclick both come as breath-activated dry powder inhalers, but the Digihaler has built-in sensors to help capture your inhaler usage data on an app. You can share this data with your doctor if you choose. Respiclick does not have the digital capability to share inhaler data. Albuterol is used to open the airways during episodes of asthma exacerbations, intermittent symptom relief, on an as-needed basis, or for exercise induced asthma. The inhaler must be primed before first use which requires 3 to 4 sprays away from the body. Follow package instructions upon receiving.

  • Helps open airways for exercise induced asthma or for as-needed symptom relief
  • Typical dosing for exercise induced asthma is 2 inhalations 5 to 20 minutes before exercise
  • Inhaler must be primed before first use or if not used within 2 weeks or longer
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  • ProAir Digihaler Side Effects

    Side effects may include nausea, vomiting, tremor, or sore throat.

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