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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Many people have been successful in their aim to quit with the aid of inhalators which look like a plastic cigarette.
There are six types to choose from: patches, lozenges, gum, microtabs, nasal sprays and inhalators.
The Regulator for each Oxygen Inhalator shall be capable of delivering twelve (12) Liters Per Minute ("LPM") single flow and capable of delivering six (6) LPM to a dual flow to each of two (2) masks for each of two (2) victims and twelve (12) LPM to a single victim for extreme emergencies and six (6) LPM to a single victim for general emergencies; 2.
In the evenings, when I have put my daughter to bed, I puff on the inhalator, which keeps your hands busy.
Hugh contacted his local NHS Stop Smoking Service in March and got a nicotine inhalator and chewing gum to help tackle his cravings.
The inhalator is a plastic device designed to resemble the shape and size of cigarettes.
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.
Nicotine replacement - in the form of gum, patch, nasal spray and inhalator - roughly doubles a smoker's chance of stopping.
Counselling and an inhalator, a plastic device containing a nicotine sponge, helped Russell to kick the habit.
I'd tried all kinds of methods to stop over the years --patches, chewing gum,hypnosis,an inhalator,acupuncture -but I suppose I got more determined as I got older.