Preventive treatment of bronchial asthma Large Mild asthma: patients who require periodic symptomatic treatment with bronchodilators daily. Moderate asthma: patients with unstable asthma or with worsening of the condition against the background of existing preventive therapy or therapy with bronchodilators only. Severe asthma: patients with severe chronic asthma and patients dependent on systemic corticosteroids for adequate symptom control. After starting the use of inhaled fluticasone propionate, many such patients will be able to significantly reduce or completely abandon the oral use of corticosteroids. Symptomatic therapy of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD). Children Prophylactic anti-asthma treatment, including in the case when control of asthma symptoms is not achieved against the background of already conducted treatment with other anti-asthma drugs.