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What does the Nebulizer do?

Nebulizers are drug delivery devices that are used to administer medication in mist form directly into the respiratory tract. Nebulizers break the medication into small aerosol droplets that can be inhaled directly from the mouthpeice. (Aerosol is the mixture of liquid and gas). Nebulizers are commonly used for the treatment of cystic fibrosis, asthma, COPD and other respiratory diseases. Compact and lightweight, our portable nebulizers are cost-effective and guaranteed to provide freedom to those with active lifestyles.

What are the different types of Nebulizers?

  • Portable Nebulizer: Portable Nebulizers are unique and can be carried around and used at will since they are completely battery-powered, while others will need to be plugged into an AC wall outlet. These nebulizers are also called the hand-held nebulizers and provide the users with more freedom of movement as they operate while being held. These nebulizers are generally powered by a 12V DC auto adaptor or a battery. Portable nebulizers are lighter and smaller than tabletop nebulizers.
  • Ultrasonic Nebulizer: Ultrasonic Nebulizer uses ultrasonic sound waves to break liquid particles down into mist so that it can be inhaled directly from the mouthpiece. Ultrasonic nebulizers are small and portable and good for chronic breathing conditions. Ultrasonic Nebulizer can dramatically improve the health of the patient.
  • Compressor Nebulizer: A compressor nebulizer turns liquid medicine to aerosol therapy and delivers it to the lungs easily and more effectively inhaled through a mask or mouthpiece, just by breathing naturally. Choose from our wide variety of compressors nebulizer for people with asthma and other respiratory problems. for eg. DeVilbiss Traveler Portable Compressor Nebulizer provides Consistent and concentrated delivery of small particles penetrate deep into the lungs, It delivers medication where it is needed the most.
  • Pediatric Nebulizer: The pediatric nebulizer is designed as friendly and fun nebulizers So that the child feels more comfortable during a breathing treatment. , As many children require a nebulizer machine to help with their respiratory disorders such as asthma and other respiratory diseases. These stylized nebulizer machines provide ease taking a breathing treatment for Kids. These kid nebulizers are designed to entice children to remain calm and entertained for the duration of their nebulizer treatments.
  • Tabletop Nebulizer: Tabletop nebulizers are designed to be used indoors on a sturdy, still surface, as they are such nebulizer machines that require a traditional wall outlet for powering. Generally, Tabletop nebulizers are less expensive than handheld nebulizer systems and also come with a longer warranty. It may be more suitable for small children or infants who require stationery use.
  • Nebulizer Air Compressor: A nebulizer compressor is used to pump air through the device. Nebulizer compressors push medicated mist through a nebulizer and then into the lungs. Nebulizer compressors come either battery-powered or stationary units portable nebulizer compressors. Nebulizer compressors come in various forms and designs to meet the needs of those who have specific lung therapy needs, including those with asthma, bronchitis, or COPD.

How to Choose the Right Nebulizer System?

It is mandatory to have an evaluation of nebulizers for better clinical outcomes.

How to Choose Between Handheld Nebulizer or Tabletop Compressor Nebulizer?

Handheld Nebulizers, as the name suggests are the most compact and portable versions of nebulizer therapy machines that can be held in your hand. They also fall under the vibrating mesh nebulizers or ultrasonic nebulizers, providing quick 5-minute treatments. Tabletop nebulizers on the other hand are known for delivering more power and varied medication delivery speeds. They can be classified as piston pump nebulizers as they use compressors to pass a jet of air through the medication.

What is the Difference Between Ultrasonic Nebulizers, Piston pump/Jet Nebulizers and Mesh nebulizers?

Mesh nebulizers are driven by a 'piezo-element' and use ultrasonic frequencies to vibrate the mesh which converts medicine to mist. Ultrasonic nebulizers, by contrast, produce ultrasonic waves directly into the solution causing aerosol to be produced at the liquid surface. Jet nebulizers simply work along with an air compressor that shoots a jet stream which converts medication to mist inside the medication cup.

Is There Any Difference Between Adult and Pediatric Nebulizers?

No, there is basically no difference between pediatric or adult nebulizers. they can be used inter-changeably. The only uptake is that pediatric nebulizers feature child-friendly designs to attract kids.

Although choosing between a handheld and tabletop nebulizer rests solely on preferences of the user, the clash between jet, mesh and ultrasonic types is clearly stated by researchers - Ultra sonic nebulizers are said to be most compact and efficient but expensive option. Jet nebulizers being the cheapest but less effective choice with Mesh nebulizers falling between the both categories.

What Should I Look for in a Nebulizer?

When shopping for the right nebulizer, you will need answers of the following questions -

  • Flow Specifications - What is the range of medication flow rate offered? Does it cover your required flow?
  • Maximum Pressure - How much pressure can the compressor deliver? Is it enough to deliver your prescribed medication in a fine-mist form?
  • Sound Level - Is the nebulizer too loud? If not, how much sound does it produce? Is it tolerable to the patient?
  • Weight - What is the weight of the machine? Would it be feasible to carry it around easily for the user?
  • Power Specifications - What types of chargers are provided? AC or DC? What is the acceptable voltage range?
  • Warranty - Does the machine come in warranty? If yes, what all is covered and for how long?
  • Kit Contents - What comes with the machine? Does it include disposable or reusable nebulizer parts? What suits you - a mouthpiece or mask? Is a carry bag available?

How to use a Nebulizer?

The basic steps to use a nebulizer are as follows:

  • Wash hands thoroughly before starting the treatment. 
  • Use a clean nebulizer. 
  • Connect the hose from the compressor to the nebulizer base. 
  • Fill in the medicine cup with the correct dose of medication and other solutions prescribed by the physician. Make sure the medicine cup is closed tightly to avoid any spills. 
  • Connect the mouthpiece to the nebulizer. 
  • Put the mouthpiece in the mouth, keeping lips firm around the mouthpiece so that all of the medicine goes into the lungs. 
  • Hold the nebulizer in a straight position to facilitate proper nebulization. 
  • Assure deep breathing during the treatment. The process may take 10-15 minutes. 
  • Turn off the machine when all the medicine is used. 
  • Rinse the medicine cup and mouthpiece with water and liquid dish soap. 
  • Ensure the nebulizer is completely dry before storing it until the next treatment.

Where to buy Nebulizer Systems online?

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