How to use your Trelegy Ellipta puffer Open, inhale, close5

Trelegy Ellipta is a ready-to-use device designed with you in mind. This means that most people with COPD will find it easy to use.5-7

There are three simple steps:

Trelegy: Step One Open

Step One - Open

Open the cover of the inhaler by sliding the cover fully down until you hear a "click". The counter will count down by one number.5

Trelegy: Step 2 Inhale

Step Two - Inhale

After sliding open, breathe out as far as is comfortable, away from the Trelegy Ellipta puffer.5

Put the mouthpiece firmly between your lips and take one long, steady, deep breath in through your mouth. Be careful not to cover the vent with your fingers when inhaling.5

Hold this breath for about 3 to 4 seconds, or for as long as is comfortable. Remove the puffer from your mouth. Breathe out slowly and gently away from your Trelegy Ellipta puffer.5

Trelegy Step 3 - Close

Step Three - Close

Close your Trelegy Ellipta puffer by sliding the cover up and over the mouthpiece as far as it will go.5

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION:5 Don't use Trelegy Ellipta if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to lactose or milk protein, or if you are allergic to fluticasone furoate, umeclidinium, vilanterol or any other ingredients of Trelegy Ellipta. Common side effects, these may affect up to 1 in 10 people, include sore, raised patches in the mouth, or throat caused by a fungal infection (thrush); headache; cough, hoarseness; painful and frequent urination (may be signs of a urinary tract infection); joint pain; back pain; constipation; itchy, runny or blocked nose; pain in the back of the mouth and throat; inflammation of the sinuses; inflammation of the lungs (bronchitis); flu (influenza); infection of the nose, sinuses or throat; & infection of the upper airways. If you think you are having an allergic reaction to Trelegy Ellipta, stop using this medicine and tell your doctor immediately or go to the accident and emergency department at your nearest hospital.

Any information provided on this website should be discussed with a healthcare professional (HCP) and does not replace an HCP's advice.

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