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The Evo Aeroneb Go Ultrasonic Nebulizer is one of the smallest, lightest portable nebulizers available. The key to the small size is the Micropump technology that operates silently while delivering medications in 5 minutes or less with minimum waste. The Aeroneb Go uses passive aerosol delivery of the medication that avoids medication deposition in the back of the throat so you get proper delivery to the lungs. As an ultrasonic nebulizer, the Aeroneb Go is virtually silent so it won’t disturb others around you while you take a treatment. This hand held nebulizer also comes with a mouthpiece and an adult elbow mask to make taking treatments easier.
This product is no longer available with the AC power cord. This ultrasonic nebulizer still comes with a battery controller that attaches to the Evo Aeroneb handset via a power cable. The battery controller is an external unit that uses 3 AA alkaline batteries to power the Evo nebulizer. Comes with a carry case that will fit all the components to the Evo Aeroneb Go. The carry case has dimensions of 8”(L) x 10”(W) x 14”(H).
Many different replacement parts and accessories (such as an additional battery controller, mouthpieces, and the AC Power Cord) are available for purchase here.
What's in the box: Aeroneb Go, mouthpiece, adult elbow mask, battery controller, carry case.
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I have had this product about a month, and it has been redesigned from the earlier version. WHAT a difference! Much more robust, same ease of use. Just works very well now.
The connector was unbelievably stiff at first - I though I was going to have to use a hammer and chisel! But after the first disconnection (no, you won't hurt it that first time) it became much easier.
My only concern is the availability of spares. I think after a while, you might want to replace the cup.