Patient Video Resources
Getting Started with the Digihaler app.
How To Use
View step-by-step instructions on how to use your ProAir Digihaler, AirDuo Digihaler, and ArmonAir Digihaler, along with helpful information for storing and cleaning. You can also view instructions on how to replace your inhaler.
If you breathe out into an inhaler in the Digihaler family before you breathe in, your inhaler may record an exhalation event. An event is recorded every time you open the cap on your inhaler whether or not you breathe in.
Notification for Too Many Events
For ProAir Digihaler, you will be notified if your inhaler records more than 12 events in one day. Serious and potentially fatal side effects can occur with too much use of this medication. Contact your healthcare provider if you are using more ProAir Digihaler than usual, as this may be a sign of worsening symptoms.
For AirDuo Digihaler and ArmonAir Digihaler, you will be notified when your inhaler records more than 2 events in one day.
Inhaler use is recorded as an event when the cap is opened or you inhale.
Low or No Inhalation
If your inhaler has recorded a “Low or No Inhalation”, there could be a number of reasons for this—watch this video to find out what may be causing this.
Possible Air Vent Blocked
If your inhaler records a “Possible Air Vent Block” event, something may have been covering the air vent on your inhaler. Inhaler use is recorded as an event when the cap is opened or you inhale.
When your inhaler records a System Error, there may be a connectivity or device issue.
You may receive an Inhalation Feedback notification when 6 out of 12 of your last events were not successful (“low” or “no” inhalation). An event is recorded every time you open the cap on your inhaler whether or not you breathe in. Watch this video to find out what may have caused your Inhalation Feedback notification.