flutiform is an inhaled asthma treatment, which contains two ingredients:

1. Inhaled corticosteroid (or ICS) called fluticasone propionate. This reduces swelling and inflammation in the airways of your lungs.

2. Long-acting bronchodilator (or LABA) called formoterol. This relaxes narrowed airways, so they stay open making it easier for you to breathe


Patient video (intended for patients who have been given a flutiform inhaler for their asthma)

This video covers:

  • Getting to know your new inhaler
  • Before you use your new inhaler for the first time
  • How to use your flutiform inhaler
  • Advice and tips on using your inhaler
  • Taking care of your inhaler

If you require further support or information about your treatment, please contact your healthcare professional.


For more information about asthma, including diagnosis, triggers and asthma treatments, visit the Asthma UK website.