An apparatus for inhaling any vapor or volatile substance, such as ether or chloroform, or an aerosol mist of a solution, for medicinal purposes; as, he alway carried his inhaler around in his pocket in case he had asthmatic attack.
A contrivance to filter, as air, in order to protect the lungs from inhaling damp or cold air, noxious gases, dust, etc.; also, the respiratory apparatus for divers.
A hand-held device used to take medicine by breathing in through the nose or mouth. Also called inhalator.
a device used to introduce a powdered or misted drug into the lungs through the mouth, usually to treat respiratory disorders such as asthma
a dispenser that produces a chemical vapor to be inhaled in order to relieve nasal congestion
a common form of treatment to control asthma attacks
a device that can get asthma medicine directly into a person's lungs
a medical device that is used to deliver medicine to the body via the lungs or the bronchial mucosa
an aerosol device that is used to deliver medication to the
a plastic case that helps deliver asthma medicine straight into your lungs
a plastic tube that holds a container of medicine
a plastic tube that releases a mist of medicine into your mouth while you draw a deep breath
a portable handheld device used to treat symptoms of shortness of breath, chest tightness, wheezing, and cough
a quick way of administering
a small device with a pump that delivers a measured dose of medication when the pump is depressed
a tube of medicine that fits into a spacer or mouthpiece
A device that helps deliver medicine into the airways of the lungs. The device usually requires shaking and squeezing for proper dose administration.
An Inhaler or metered dose inhaler (MDI) is a device used to deliver specialized allergy and asthma medications to the tissues of the lungs. It is called a "metered dose" inhaler because it is designed to deliver a specific dose of medication with each usage. It is a small L-shaped device, which the user puts into their mouth in order to pull the medication directly into the lungs on breathing in.
A device used to administer aerosol or dry powder medication to the lungs.
See metered dose inhaler (MDI)
a device that helps a drug to be breathed into the lungs.
the dispenser for metered-dose medications.
A device for giving medicines in the form of a spray that is inhaled (breathed in) through the nose or mouth. Inhalers are used to treat medical problems such as bronchitis, angina, emphysema, and asthma. They are also used to help relieve symptoms that occur when a person is trying to quit smoking.
Device facilitating breathing for asthma patients.
A device that enables people with respiratory complaints, including asthma, to breathe certain medicines in through their mouth, directly into their lungs.
Inhaler is a device for delivering a medicine as a vapour or powder into the lungs.
An inhaler is a device that delivers asthma medication; a person breathes in through the inhaler to get the medicine. Various types of inhalers are available; the most common are metered dose inhalers (or MDIs), popularly known as "puffers."
A device for administering medicines by inhalation
An inhaler or puffer is a medical device used for delivering medication into the body via the lungs. It is often used in the treatment of asthma.