Managing Medications and Equipment

  1. COPD: Medicines for Maintenance

    Maintenance medicines work for an extended time after you take them.

  2. COPD: Safe Oxygen Tips

    If you use oxygen to help manage the symptoms of COPD, be sure to handle it with care.

  3. Inhalers and Nebulizers

    Inhalers deliver medication directly to the lungs with less side effects than medication taken by mouth or injection.

  4. Oxygen Therapy Question

    Home oxygen therapy can help improve the length and quality of life for a person with COPD.

  5. Share Your Medication Schedule

    Keeping up with your daily medicines is a critical part of managing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

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