Portable Rechargeable Handhold Mini Mesh Nebulizer
What is a Nebulizer?
A nebulizer is a portable medical device used to deliver medication to the respiratory tract and lungs. It does so in the form of mist. Oxygen, compressed air or ultrasonic power create aerosol droplets from the medication, and the user then inhales this into the lungs. Often this involves wearing a mask. Both children and adults can use nebulizers, and are prescribed in many sizes. Nebulized therapy can also be known as "breathing treatment.”
What is Nebulizer Used for?
Nebulizers are ordinarily used for the treatment of a range of respiratory disorders such as asthma and COPD. Medications are inhaled straight into the lungs for effective treatment. The reason they are inhaled rather than ingested is so that the medication can target the respiratory tract directly. This speeds up treatment and has fewer side effects in comparison to other alternative intake routes. The medication depends on the illness it is treating although commonly it reduces inflammation, swelling, and mucus within the airways.