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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They reconnected the inhalator to a set of car batteries and then battled to fix the generator before the two hours of stored power ran out.
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.
The few cigarettes they had left they binned and were replaced with nicotine patches, gum and inhalators.
The replacement therapy, available in patches, gums, nasal sprays, tablets and inhalators, offers smokers the opportunity control their withdrawal symptoms .
During the forecast period the main NRT categories, gum and patches, are anticipated to decline modestly, with negative CAGRs of 1%, whilst inhalators and lozenges are projected to see negative CAGRs of 3-4%.
McNeil dominates both NRT gum and NRT inhalators, accounting for 63% and 75% value share respectively in the year, while also having a top four position in NRT lozenges and patches and "other" NRT.
I'd smoked for over 35 years, and tried to quit many times using patches, gum, inhalators etc.
They may suggest a form of nicotine replacement therapy such as skin patches, inhalators, chewing gum or sprays.
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.
Most have rules meaning they have to look at exclusion for children smoking in school but they recognise that the inhalators are a good thing.
There are six types to choose from: patches, lozenges, gum, microtabs, nasal sprays and inhalators.