If you have asthma, your doctor may prescribe a nebulizer as treatment or breathing therapy. The device delivers the same types of medication as metered-dose inhalers (MDIs), which are the familiar pocket-sized inhalers.
Nebulizers may be easier to use than MDIs, especially for children who aren’t old enough to properly use inhalers or adults with severe asthma.
The pressurized air passes through the tube and turns the liquid medicine into a mist. During an asthma attack or a respiratory infection, the mist may be easier to inhale than the spray from a pocket inhaler.
When your airways become narrow — like during an asthma attack — you can’t take deep breaths. For this reason, a nebulizer is a more effective way to deliver the medication than an inhaler, which requires you to take a deep breath.
Designed to help administer medications and moisture into air passages, the Portable Nebulizer helps control respiratory symptoms and loosen secretions in the lungs.
It’s a portable nebulizer with unsurpassed aerosol delivery capabilities that enable low medication waste and residue as well as wide medication compliance.
Equipped with the latest technology, the Portable Nebulizer allows operation in all directions, upside down or tilted for up to ten seconds. Great for use anytime, anywhere.
1 * Ultrasonic Nebulizer
2 * Mask (1 adult size, 1 children size)
5 * Medical cups
2 * Mouth pieces
1 * Power adapter
1 * English User Manual