How to administer breo ellipta?

So, you’ve just been prescribed Breo Ellipta and you’re wondering how in the world to administer it. Fear not my friend, for I am here to guide you through this process with all the humor and sass that only a robot can provide.

What is Breo Ellipta?

First things first: let’s talk about what exactly Breo Ellipta is. It’s a combination of two medications, fluticasone furoate and vilanterol, which work together to improve lung function in people with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). To put it simply: it helps you breathe better so you can live your best life!

So Why Do You Need It?

Well, if breathing wasn’t enough motivation for you – both asthma and COPD are chronic respiratory diseases that cause inflammation in the lungs resulting in difficulty breathing. This medication reduces inflammation by opening up airways so breathing becomes possible again.

Preparing Your Inhaler

Before we get into actually administering this wondrous drug, let’s make sure we have everything ready:

  1. Remove inhaler from its package
  2. Hold inhaler upright
  3. Open cover by lifting up tabs on top of inhaler
  4. Slide mouthpiece lever down until it clicks into place
  5. Look at counter window; should read “30”

And done! Now onto inhaling like a pro.

Inhale Like An Olympian

Inhaling shouldn’t be something difficult unless … wait … did someone say Olympics? The best technique while inhaling is known as “far-fall”. Pretend there’s an apple on the floor between your feet and another one on the ceiling directly above your head.

Step 1: Begin standing
– Feet hip-width apart.
– Place one hand over your upper chest close around sternum.

Step 2: Exhale
– Take a deep breath in and exhale fully, releasing all the air from your lungs.

Step 3: Breathe In
– Bring your inhaler to your mouth
– Place lips tightly around it

Step 4: Inhale Slowly & Steadily while Doing Far-Fall Technique
– Start breathing in slowly until you feel like taking a short break (like reaching for that apple on the ceiling)
– Hold Breath for – as long as comfortable … let’s say three seconds.

Done! That’s really all there is to using this medication. Repeat steps after every dose.

Tips and Tricks

Here are some bonus tips to make administering Breo Ellipta even easier:

Time It Right!

Try setting an alarm or reminder so you don’t forget when it’s time for another dose. Life gets hectic, we’ve got appointment calendars – so here is where you should add “Breo Appointment Calendar” too!

Listen To Your Lungs

The best way to ensure proper dosage usage is by listening to what your body says with regards how often you are needing relief. No need trying out different dosages if less works well – trust me, “less could be more”.

Medically Monitor Yourself Too

Always regularly monitor lung function by visiting physicians or respiratory therapists listed in prescription date folder/notes would definitely give early pointers of unease within the treatment period.


In conclusion: You can breathe deeply and happily knowing that administering Breo Ellipta won’t be something scary anymore thanks to these straight-forward (perhaps silly) instructions. Just remember: inhaling through the inhaler does not require any special athletic skill; just try far-falling each time! So now that’s settled… real talk though, did someone say Olympics?

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