inhalator


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inhalator

[′in·ə‚lād·ər]
(medicine)
A device for facilitating the inhalation of a gas or spray, as for providing oxygen or oxygen-carbon dioxide mixtures for respiration in resuscitation.
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There are six types to choose from: patches, lozenges, gum, microtabs, nasal sprays and inhalators. Medication such as Zyban and Champix, may also help.
One by one the staff succumbed to temptation - except for Randal who used patches and an inhalator for when he was in work.
Nigel is using nicotine patches and an inhalator to wean himself off his unhealthy habit.
A nicotine cartridge is included inside the inhalators and nicotine is released when the device is sucked.
"But nicotine gum and the new inhalator allow the person to control the dose of nicotine, generally without strong side effects."
Nicorette Inhalator Starter Pack costs pounds 5.95.
Inhalator This is a plastic holder with nicotine cartridges.
He quit with help from a special inhalator and by attending a work-based stop smoking group and found that support from the group and encouragement from relatives and friends helped to encourage him to give up.