Asthma sufferers have been issued with urgent advice on the shortage of an inhaler in the UK.
5.4 million people in the UK currently receive treatment for asthma: 1.1 million children (11 in 1) and 4.3 million adults (12 in 1).
Asthma spread is believed to be from the late 1990's.
But the UK still has the highest rate in Europe and every day 3 people die of asthma.
Worryingly, BrickNell TurboHeller users have been told that the stocks are low and charity Asthma says the UK may have a few weeks before the supply is called.
Asthma UK Brickenil TurboHler urges users to check their supply of medicines.
Once this is done, the affected people have got GP. Should be interviewed so that they can get the recommendation of an alternative before they come out.
Asthma asks UK sufferers to continue taking their resistant inhaler and "not to worry".
Dr. Andy Vittmore, In-house GP of Asthma UK, wrote: "If you use a brickenal turboiler as a relief inhaler for asthma, then we need to know that the stocks in the UK are very low at this moment.
"This does not affect all turbohalers – only the people of BrickNal.
"Manufacturers have convinced us that there is a possibility of several weeks (from November 2018) without supply – but they are working to run and operate the production line as fast as possible."