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The Airial™ Pediatric Fire Engine Nebulizer is an easy-to-use unit with a child friendly design. Kids will love the red and white colors and the realistic look and feel of the fire engine shape as their imagination takes hold during treatments. The truck also has a moving ladder and rolling wheels which makes nebulizer therapy a fun and interactive experience. The Fire Engine design features a nebulizer storage compartment inside the front end of the truck's cab to keep all the critical components in one place when not in use. This product also features an integrated nebulizer holding post that makes readying the compressor and nebulizer for treatments easy. Plus, the slightly concealed power switch and air outlet makes this compressor look more like a fire truck than a nebulizer machine , which enhances the potential of your child's imagination.
This compressor uses specific air filters that you must regularly replace to maintain optimum performance, so consider adding a pack of 10 to your order to keep this unit running well for months!
Need parts or accessories? Click here for a list of parts and accessories for this nebulizer!
What's in the box: compressor, reusable nebulizer (5 ml capacity), child mask, and 7' of tubing.
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My son has had childhood asthma since he was born. He's slowly growing out of it, which is great, but we still need his nebulizer when he gets a cold or change of season, etc. We've had this nebulizer probably for 2 years. He's 4 1/2 now. It delivers the medicine quickly. More importantly, it still entertains him during the process. He loves this truck. It is very real. He even uses it when he's not using the nebulizer. Sometime it's really hard to get an active child to sit still during a treatment. This definitely helps, even after 2 years.