Adults and teenagers aged 16 and over Prophylactic use in severe asthma in patients requiring high doses of inhaled or oral corticosteroids. Patients who are treated with high doses of oral corticosteroids to reduce or eliminate the use of oral corticosteroids. Children and teenagers from 4 to 16 yEars and Nose old Treatment of asthma exacerbations. Appropriate maintenance therapy may be supplemented with the use of a metered-dose aerosol or powder inhaler. Inhaled fluticasone propionate has a powerful glucocorticoid anti-inflammatory effect in the lungs. It reduces the symptoms and exacerbation of asthma in patients who were previously treated only with bronchodilators or in combination with other preventive medications. Short symptomatic episodes of exacerbation may generally be relieved when using fast-acting bronchodilators, but longer-term exacerbations require additional corticosteroid therapy as early as possible to control inflammation.