This article explains how to edit or remove the reliever and preventer medication/s that you have added to the respiri app.
In case you needed to update the medications in the respiri app, you can do so by following the steps below:
- Open the respiri mobile app and go to Medications to edit/remove relievers or preventers that have been entered.
From Medications, go to the Relievers tab to edit relievers OR go to the Preventers tab for the preventers.
- To edit or remove the reliever medications, go to the Relievers tab and tap the pencil icon with a blue circlebeside the name of the medicine. And in the Edit reliever screen, you can either:
(1) update the Medicine, Dosage type or # of Dosage; or (2) tap Remove reliever to delete; then tap Save changes to confirm the changes made.
You can also do the same for preventers. Go to the Preventers tab and tap the pencil icon with a blue circlebeside the name of the medicine. And in the Edit preventer screen, you can either
(1) update the Medicine, Dosage type, and # of Dosage or Frequency; or (2) tap Remove preventer to delete the medicine. Do not forget to tap Save changes to confirm the changes made.
NOTE: Other medications can also be edited in the same way.
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