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Omron Micro-Air Electronic Nebulizer System NE-U22V1
PARI LC Sprint Reusable Nebulizer Set
Medquip Penguin Nebulizer System
Handi-Air Tote Wheeled Oxygen Carrier
Respironics EasyLife Nasal CPAP Mask - no longer selling
Health-Ox Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Life can get busy – with work, school, children, play dates and meetings, it can be difficult to find a time to sit down and get a nebulizer treatment. This is where portable nebulizer systems come in handy! They’re small, lightweight and most come with its own case for easy transport.
These portable nebulizers are all battery operated, and some come with both home and car powering adapters for your convenience. Here are a few features you may consider before choosing a portable nebulizer for your respiratory needs:
PSI, which stands for pounds per square inch, is the amount of pressure the compressor system exudes. Higher pressure breaks up the medication into a smaller particle size. If there is too much pressure, it will affect the flow of the medication being dispensed.
If the particle is too small (.5 microns to 5 microns is the most efficient), the patient will exhale the medication right back out. If the particle size is too large, the medication may be swallowed instead of inhaled.
Some nebulizer compressors are not recommended or compatible with specific medications. For example, TOBI, or Tobramycin, works best with the DEV5650 Pulmo-Aide nebulizer system with the PARI neb kit.
Consult your doctor, manufacturer or Just Nebulizers to make sure your medication works with the compressor you want.
Treatment times depend on the type of compressor, medication and nebulizer kit used. The Pari Trek S compressor machine has an average treatment time of only 5 minutes when used with the LC Sprint neb kit!
Portable nebulizers are very lightweight so it can be easily carried from place to place. Some models will fit in your hand, while others are larger in size. Choose a nebulizer machine that’s more convenient for your daily needs.
Ultrasonic nebulizers are the quietest type of nebulizers. The top three nebulizers we carry that make the least noise include the Omron Micro-Air, Mabis NebPak and Pari Trek S.
You want to choose a compressor that will last a long time. Some machines use regular batteries and others can be plugged into an outlet. Find replacement batteries and adapters here.
An easy way to transport your portable nebulizer is by using a nebulizer case or bag. This will ensure that all your parts are safely contained in one place for hassle-free transport. Other accessories you may need include a nebulizer mask, tubing, and batteries. Don’t forget to pack extra nebulizer filters.
If you still need help choosing a portable nebulizer, please call us at 1-888-550-2450 Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
A portable nebulizer provides a convenient way to receive your respiratory treatments on the go. All of the following portable nebulizers are battery operated nebulizer machines. Most portable units use a special battery designed to fit that specific model. Some of these portable nebulizer machines include a rechargeable battery with the basic model, offering you more flexibility. The Omron Micro Air nebulizer, however, is a very small, portable unit that operates on two AA batteries - making this Omron ultrasonic nebulizer very attractive because replacing the batteries is simple.