My six year old twin boys were diagnosed with moderate-severe asthma six months ago. I can tell how many doses there are left in their turbuhaler controller medicine (symbicort), as they have dose counter. However, it seems as though their rescue inhalers don't. I know they start off with 200 doses, but since I am not always with them when they use the (especially for the two they use at school) I'm having trouble figuring out how many doses there are in each of the inhalers, as I wouldn't want them to run out of medicine at school. Any tips for calculating remaining doses on the blue rescue inhalers, like ratio-salbutamol hfa?
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