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a patient with COPD

The things you do today make a big difference to their tomorrow

Meet Sylvia, a patient with COPD

  • 64-year-old woman
  • Symptomatic
  • At risk of exacerbation
  • Currently on an ICS/LABA
Why wait to prescribe TRELEGY for patients like Sylvia?
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Exacerbation risk

Who might be at risk of exacerbation?

Your patients with COPD may be at risk for exacerbations if they:
  • Had at least 1 exacerbation in the prior 12 months1
  • Are on maintenance therapy but have increased symptoms1
  • Have worsening lung function1
  • Had a recent hospitalization due to an exacerbation2

Exacerbation risk

Who might be at risk of exacerbation?

Your patients with COPD may be at risk for exacerbations if they:
  • Had at least 1 exacerbation in the prior 12 months1
  • Are on maintenance therapy but have increased symptoms1
  • Have worsening lung function1
  • Had a recent hospitalization due to an exacerbation2

Consequences of exacerbations can be significant

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Associated with increased risk of mortality3
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Most common reason for COPD-related hospitalizations4

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Major contributor to economic burden5,6

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Decreased health-related quality of life7

Just 1 moderate to severe exacerbation can lead to a significant decline in lung function8

 

Does TRELEGY prevent exacerbations in patients with COPD?

Review data

 

See adverse reactions in COPD, including long-term (52-week) data.

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