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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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This easy-to-use nebuliser includes a mouthpiece, adult mask, children's mask, an extralong compressed air tube and filter.
That can take over an hour, then there's another nebuliser EDELLE yesterday which is an antibiotic.
Although decontamination and storage protocols for nebulisers were in place, nebuliser and air contamination was high, possibly due to poor staff adherence.
We took her straight to the local doctor's where she went on a nebuliser for around 45 minutes, which seemed to help.
The handle makes it easier for youngsters to use the nebuliser themselves.
Lucy was once given a substitute nebuliser, called a compressor, rather than the smaller e-flow nebuliser which many people with PCD aren't able to get as it is more expensive than the large compressor.
My elder daughter Eliz coudn't breathe and had to be eventually put on a nebuliser.
As well as taking home a trophy, the nursing team were awarded PS500 which will be spent on buying an information trolley and nebuliser machines that are provided to patients in their own home that can help with breathing difficulties.
Based on the product segmentation, the overall market has been categorised into metered dose inhaler (MDI), dry powder inhaler (DPI) and nebuliser.
of these Bronchodilators so many have their own nebuliser or have access to the use of one and a nebuliser is a machine that converts the liquid medicine into an easy inhailed mist by passing oxygen or air through tubing up to a face mask or mouth- piece via a medication chamber.