flutiform k-haler has a counter that shows the number of puffs left in the inhaler. The counter starts at 124 – enough puffs to set up the inhaler and then give you treatment for 30 days. It counts down after each inhalation.
When there are 28 puffs left the counter begins to turn red, showing that you have one week of treatment remaining. You should contact your doctor, pharmacist or asthma nurse for a replacement inhaler. You should not use your inhaler when the counter reads zero or has turned completely red.
To continue, please watch the video, which demonstrates how the counter works.