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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Be prepared to spend up to pounds 55 for three weeks' supply of patches, around pounds 6 for an inhalator and up to pounds 10 for a pack of 48 pieces of high-nicotine-strength gum.
Nicorette is available in several categories including NRT gum, NRT inhalators and NRT patches, although the brand has been losing value share in recent years as it has been negatively influenced by the general sales declines in the categories in which it is present.
Johnson & Johnson Sante Beaute France followed with a 31% value share, which was thanks to the performance of Nicorette, available in gum, inhalators, patches and other NRT.
I'd smoked for over 35 years, and tried to quit many times using patches, gum, inhalators etc.
Your pharmacist can also talk you through the different nicotine replacement therapies available to help you give up - patches, gums, lozenges, micro-tabs, nasal sprays and inhalators - to help you choose the best one for you.
They may suggest a form of nicotine-replacement therapy such as skin patches, inhalators, chewing gum or sprays.
As well as advice and CO2 tests, people who attend the meetings are offered prescriptions for free nicotine therapy such as patches, inhalators and nicotine gum.
The Nicorette brand is thus present in NRT gum, NRT inhalators, NRT lozenges, NRT patches and other NRT.