SYMBICORT & Asthma

There are 2 types of treatments used to reduce asthma symptoms: controller and quick-relief (rescue) medicines.

Controller medicines are taken every day over a long period of time to help reduce the inflammation in the airways of your lungs, and keep airways open. Rescue medicines, such as rescue inhalers, are taken to help relieve asthma symptoms immediately.

Watch to learn how SYMBICORT works

SYMBICORT IS A CONTROLLER MEDICATION THAT
HELPS CONTROL ASTHMA BY REDUCING INFLAMMATION
IN THE LUNGS AND KEEPING AIRWAYS OPEN.*

*Your results may vary.
Remember, SYMBICORT will not replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms.

SYMBICORT IS A CONTROLLER MEDICATION THAT HELPS CONTROL ASTHMA BY REDUCING INFLAMMATION IN THE LUNGS AND KEEPING AIRWAYS OPEN.*

*Your results may vary.

Remember, SYMBICORT will not replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms.

SYMBICORT contains 2 medicines that work together to control asthma by helping to ease constriction and reduce inflammation in the airways:

ICS (anti-inflammatory)

An ICS called budesonide helps reduce inflammation in the lungs.

LABA (bronchodilator)

A LABA (long-acting beta2-adrenergic agonist) called formoterol fumarate can help relax the smooth muscles around the airways in the lungs, reducing some symptoms.

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