A device that makes and delivers a medicine mist when attached to an air compressor.
A machine that turns liquid medication into a mist for inhaling.
an instrument that provides a drug in its misted form through a face mask; used for severe asthma attacks and for children who have asthma but cannot use an inhaler
An instrument used for applying a liquid in the form of a fine spray.
A device that sprays liquid medicine in aerosol form, into the air one breathes.
device that adds liquid to a gas in the form of droplets.
Device used to turn liquids into mists for breathing treatments
a device that generates a fine spray (aerosol) that is inhaled deeply into the respiratory tract.
A device used to deliver asthma medications. An electrically powered compressor forces air through a nebulizer, producing a fine medication mist that is inhaled through a mask or mouthpiece.
A machine for getting medicine into the lungs. A nebulizer makes a mixture of liquid medicine and water into a mist that a person then inhales (through a mask or a mouthpiece). Nebulizers are often used for babies and children too small to be able to coordinate using a metered dose inhaler. They are also sometimes used for people having severe asthma symptoms, as many people find it easier to take in the medicine this way when they are having a lot of trouble breathing.
a compressed air machine that turns liquid asthma medicine into a fine mist you can easily breathe
a device driven by a compressed air machine
a device powered by a compressed air machine
a device that administers the drug in a fine spray that the patient breathes in
a device that changes liquid medicine into fine droplets such as a mist form or aerosol that can then be inhaled
a device that converts liquid asthma medication into a cloud of tiny aerosol particles
a device that delivers a regulated flow of medication into the airways
a device that takes essential oils and breaks them into separate molecules before dispersing the smaller molecules into the room
a device that uses pressurized air to turn a liquid medication into a fine mist for inhalation
a device used to administer asthma medication
a device used to change liquid medication to an aerosol particulate form
a device used to inhale aerosol medicine through a facemask
a device used to inhale aerosol medicine through a face mask
a device used to reduce a liquid to an extremely fine cloud, especially for delivering medication to the deep part of the respiratory tract
a device which allows people to inhale asthma medication in a mist or wet aerosol
a device, which is used to administer a drug solution in the form of a fine mist for you to inhale
a device which turns bronchodilator medication into a mist
a kind of machine which uses compressed air in order to deliver asthma medicine
a machine, or compressor, that converts liquid into a mist
a machine that aerates medication which is then inhaled through the mouth or nose
a machine that blows air over a liquid form of the medicine so that it can be inhaled
a machine that converts liquid medication into a fine mist, which is inhaled through a mask to deeply penetrate into a patient's lungs
a machine that creates a fine, drug-infused mist that can be breathed into the lungs
a machine that creates a nebula (hence the name) or fine vapour of liquid medication so that you can inahle it directly
a machine that delivers a fine spray of medication-containing liquid
a machine that reduces liquid albuterol, the medicine commonly used to treat breathing troubles, to a fine mist that patients breathe in through tubes
a machine that turns liquid medication into a fine mist
a machine that turns liquid medicine into a mist that can be breathed in
a machine that uses compressed air to deliver asthma medicine as wet aerosol, a mist that can be inhaled
a mechanism that is used to turn a liquid medication into a mist for easy inhalation
a medical device that delivers liquid medication in the form
a motorized machine that sends a mist of asthma medicine into the lungs and helps you breathe
an electric machine that mixes medicine and water and turns them into a mist that you can breath in
an electric or battery-powered machine that turns liquid medicine into a mist that your baby can breathe into his lungs through a mask
an electric- or battery-powered machine that turns your child's liquid asthma medicine into a fine mist that's inhaled into the lungs
a particular device this uses pressurized air to turn a particular liquid medication into a particular good mist on behalf of inhalation
a particular type of "breathing machine" used to get medicine within a particular mist form
a plastic container that changes liquids into a fine mist using a
a plastic device is most effective
a portable machine that creates a mist of drug, and its use does not have to be coordinated with breathing
a small electrical machine that takes a solution and converts it to a mist to
a small machine that changes liquid medicine into a fine mist
a special container into which liquid medication is placed
a special container that holds liquid medicine
a special medical air compressor which vaporizes medications into particles small enough to be inhaled
a type of "breathing machine" used to give medicine in a mist form
a type of inhaler that sprays a fine, in line
a type of inhaler that sprays a fine, liquid mist
A device that produces a very fine vapor to be inhaled.
A machine that humidifies air and/or oxygen that is passed to the infant.
A device in which droplet aerosols are produced by dispersion of a bulk liquid.1
An electronic machine that turns certain liquid asthma medicines into a mist that can then be inhaled (breathed in). There are many different types of nebulizers.
A device that adds humidity and possibly medication to a tracheal cannula.
A device that produces a mist and is used to administer medicine into your lungs by inhalation.
A small, portable machine used to deliver certain asthma medications.
A device, pressurized by an oxygen or nitrogen tank, for the purpose of converting a liquid medication into a fine mist for inhalation.
a device that turns liquid medication into a fine mist so that it can be inhaled into the airways and lungs.
A device that delivers a drug by pumping a jet of air or oxygen through a solution of the drug, to produce a fine mist. This is then breathed in through a mask
A device that creates a mist out of your asthma drug, which makes it easy and pleasant to breath the drug into the lungs. The drug is placed into a small cup. Air from a small compressor converts the drug into an aerosol mist, which travels through a hose with a mouthpiece attached. By taking slow, deep breaths, the medicine is delivered into your lungs. Small children or others who cannot hold the mouthpiece tightly in their lips can wear a mask to maximize the effects of the medicine. Using a nebulizer is sometimes called a "breathing treatment."
a device used to convert liquid medication to a fine mist that can be inhaled.
A machine that turns liquid containing medicine into a mist form in order to be breathed in.
device used to deliver inhaled medications, in which an air compressor is used to blow an atomized medication through a mouthpiece or face mask
Electrically-powered machines that convert a liquid medication to a fine spray; Used to deliver inhaled asthma medications. Portable devices are available, but none are compact. ( 4-21)
A device used to turn liquid into a fine spray.
A device that delivers asthma medications in a fine mist, through a mask, T-tube or mouthpiece. Nebulizers aid those who have difficulty with metered dose inhalers, such as infants and senior citizens, in effectively receiving medication.
Device (small air compressor, typically) for transforming a liquid (medicine) into a vapor. The vapor is inhaled, usually by means of a face mask or mouthpiece, into the lungs. The nebulization of the medicine into extremely fine particles increases the absorption rate by the lungs, making this one of the most effective delivery techniques available for home use. Less expensive nebulizers use an air compressor; ultrasonic models are very portable, nearly silent and faster but quite a bit more expensive. Need more information on nebulizers? Read this great fact sheet and our tips page.
a device that either adds humidity to dry medical gas that a patient is breathing or provides a mist of medication that a patient can breathe in.
A device that sends a fine mist of medicine through a face mask or tube; it's very useful for people who can't use an inhaler well, like small children or people who are very ill.
the component of a flame AA sample introduction system that draws aqueous solution into the mixing chamber and converts it to a fine mist of small droplets that are swept into the flame. It is typically a "pneumatic" nebulizer that operates on the principle of the Bernoulli effect, where the low pressure produced by air flowing rapidly into the mixing chamber through the nebulizer pulls the analyte-containing solution through a capillary tube. [ photo
A machine that changes liquid medicine into fine droplets (in aerosol or mist form) that are inhaled through a mouthpiece or mask — Nebulizers can be used to deliver bronchodilator (airway-opening) medicines such as albuterol, as well as anti-inflammatory medicines (Pulmicort Respules). A nebulizer might be used instead of a metered dose inhaler (MDI). It is powered by a compressed air machine and plugs into an electrical outlet.
A device that takes a liquid form of medicine and converts it into a mist to be breathed in (see Asthma).
A device used to aerosolize liquid medications into a fine mist to allow them to be delivered into the lungs.
A machine that makes medicine into a fine spray or aerosol so that it can be breathed into the lungs
In medicine, a nebulizer is a device used to administer medication to people in forms of a liquid mist to the airways. It is commonly used in treating cystic fibrosis, asthma, and other respiratory diseases.