Handyneb Nebulizer machine
- Very powerful piston compressor nebulizer especially for professional and intensive use. Powerful compressor and matched nebulizer kit, ensures medication is atomized into fine particles faster reaching respiratory tracts more effectively and resulting in a better medication compliance Wide range of accessories available. Piston type compressor
- Low noise level compact wall – mounting safety fuse: better safety
- Anti- shock case with handle
- Easy to carry
- Type of compressorpistonpressure maximum 2. 5 barair flowminimum 8 lpmnoise meterless dbaoperating times60 min on 30 min offparticle sizemmad approx. 2. 13umpower supply220 v ac 120 v ac 220 v ac 120 vpower consumption90-watt maximumdimensions/weight179mm x 155mm x 106mm, 1. 5kg approximate
Handyneb Nebulizer machine
In medicine, a nebulizer (American English) or nebuliser (British English) is a drug delivery device used to administer medication in the form of a mist inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers are commonly used for the treatment of asthma, cystic fibrosis, COPD and other respiratory diseases or disorders. They use oxygen, compressed air or ultrasonic power to break up solutions and suspensions into small aerosol droplets that are inhaled from the mouthpiece of the device. An aerosol is a mixture of gas and solid or liquid particles.
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Nebulizers accept their medicine in the form of a liquid solution, which is often loaded into the device upon use. Corticosteroids and bronchodilators such as salbutamol (albuterol USAN) are often used, and sometimes in combination with ipratropium. The reason these pharmaceuticals are inhaled instead of ingested is in order to target their effect to the respiratory tract, which speeds onset of action of the medicine and reduces side effects, compared to other alternative intake routes.
Usually, the aerosolized medicine is inhaled through a tube-like mouthpiece, similar to that of an inhaler. The mouthpiece, however, is sometimes replaced with a face mask, similar to that used for inhaled anesthesia, for ease of use with young children or the elderly. Pediatric masks are often shaped like animals such as fish, dogs or dragons to make children less resistant to nebulizer treatments. Many nebulizer manufacturers also offer pacifier attachments for infants and toddlers. But mouthpieces are preferable if patients are able to use them since face-masks result in reduced lung delivery because of aerosol losses in the nose.
After use with corticosteroid, it is theoretically possible for patients to develop a yeast infection in the mouth (thrush) or hoarseness of voice (dysphonia), although these conditions are clinically very rare. To avoid these adverse effects, some clinicians suggest that the person who used the nebulizer should rinse his or her mouth. This is not true for bronchodilators; however, patients may still wish to rinse their mouths due to the unpleasant taste of some bronchodilating drugs.