Right2Breathe | Inhaler | Identification | Education Program
Rescue vs. Daily Inhalers
One of the biggest challenges any patient living with a respiratory disease faces is the onslaught of technical terms, medical devices, and treatments handed to them once they are diagnosed.
The RIDE2Breathe Project serves to simplify inhaler education, through a simple three-stage process – which helps patients and caregivers identify, organize, and access which inhaler is best suited for individual situations.
Knowing the difference between your Rescue and Daily Maintnenance inhaler is a vital first stage of learning how to live with Asthma or COPD.
We’ve created a simple “sticker-based” program that allows you to quickly label which inhaler is for daily maintenance or those pesky flare-ups.
The Right2Breathe team has created an easy to take exam that helps you identify whether you’re using the inhaler correctly.
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Our RIDE2Breathe Program is in the process of building out additional content, resources, and our assessment test. To review our current program brochure, click the button below.