Your physician has prescribed a liquid medicine to treat your respiratory condition. In order to ensure a high quality aerosol nebulization of this medicine, he/she has prescribed a Nebulizer compressor to turn the liquid medicine into an aerosol mist that can be easily inhaled into your lungs as a treatment. In simpler terms, this means that the nebulizer turns liquid medication into a mist form to deliver them to your lungs. A nebulizer is sometimes more effective than a metered dose inhaler (MDI) which is commonly used for treating COPD, asthma and other respiratory disorders. If you’ve been prescribed nebulizer treatments and need help finding the correct model, contact a CareLinc representative to learn more.
Changes to prescribed dosage and treatment periodicity should only be made under the advice of your physician.Back
Common features and benefits of nebulizers:
- Quiet compressor system
- Compact, portable nebulizers can travel with patients
- Includes necessary components in full kit including tubing, filters, mouthpieces and face masks