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nebulizer

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a device for converting a drug in liquid form into a mist or fine spray which is inhaled through a mask to provide medication for the respiratory system
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Zoe then claims they had a 45-minute wait between his second nebuliser and a further hour-and-a-half until the third.
The first thing I have to do in the morning when I wake up is take one nebuliser to open up my airways.
ICU managers were interviewed to determine the decontamination and storage protocols used for nebulisers in their units.
The family say, had there not been a nebuliser at their local doctor's surgery, "it could've been a completely different story.
Based on the product segmentation, the overall market has been categorised into metered dose inhaler (MDI), dry powder inhaler (DPI) and nebuliser.
Distributed in two batches, the medicines cost QR43,427, while the nebulisers were donated from Doha.
LUNG specialists in Coventry are urging people to return unused nebulisers.
BELIEVE IT or not one of the biggest government hospitals in Central Delhi, Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital is facing acute shortage of some basic equipment like sutures ( instrument that is required to stitch a wound), nebulisers and even a crucial instrument like defibrillator ( an instrument that is required for lifethreatening cardiac treatment).
Including but not limited to oxygen therapy products (such as oxygen masks nasal cannula and nebulisers) anaesthetic products (such as anaesthetic face-masks carbon dioxide absorbents and anaesthetic breathing systems) resuscitation products (such as manual resuscitators re-breathing bags and resuscitation mannequins) respiratory therapy products (such as compressor nebulisation spirometers metered doser inhaler and peak flow meters) and sterile water for humidification and associated products (such as nebuliser adapters and humidifier adapters).
Initially, we will buy five nebulisers which work quicker than the current ones being used at the hospital.
Tyrone (above), 13, had suffered a massive asthma attack and this meant two weeks in hospital with repeated tests, hourly nebulisers and large doses of steroids.