First aid to help asthma attacks

If you don’t have asthma but are close to someone who is having an asthma attack, you can help by practicing first aid in the following asthma:

  • Contact an ambulance.
  • Make him sit upright comfortably.
  • Loosen the clothes so they are not tight.
  • If he has asthma medication, such as an inhaler, help in using it.
  • If he doesn’t have an inhaler, borrow someone else or use an inhaler in the first aid box.
  • Remove the inhaler lid, shake it.
  • Connect the inhaler to the spacer and place the mouthpiece spacer into the mouth. Try to keep the mouthpiece tightly closed in the mouth.
  • When he starts breathing slowly, press the inhaler once.
  • Ask him to keep breathing slowly and as deep as possible, then hold your breath for 10 seconds.
  • Give the inhaler four times with a distance of about one minute each time spray.
  • After four sprays, wait for up to four minutes. If he still has difficulty breathing, give four more sprays at the same time.
  • If there are still no changes, give four inhaler sprays every four minutes until the ambulance arrives.
  • If the asthma attack is severe, spray the inhaler six to eight times every five minutes.
  • If you or your friends and relatives have an asthma attack, don’t hesitate to contact an ambulance immediately. Especially if you or they have trouble breathing, lip color turns blue, and can’t walk or talk.

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