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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 - DISCONTINUED
Here are some things to consider when choosing a tabletop nebulizer:
Nebulizers can be used by both adults and children. Just Nebulizers also carries a wide selection of children’s nebulizers with friendly animal shapes and fun designs.
PSI (pounds per square inch) is the amount of pressure the nebulizer compressor exudes. Higher pressure breaks the medication up 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.
How long it takes to nebulize depends on the type of medication used and nebulizer kit. The PARI Vios nebulizer offers an average treatment time of only 5 minutes per 2.5 mL when used with the LC Sprint nebulizer set!
Some tabletop nebulizers can be noisy to one person, yet pretty quiet to another. Many customers have reported that the Omron CompAir is much quieter than other tabletop nebulizers.
As the name suggests, tabletop nebulizers are designed to be placed on a table or flat surface. With the addition of the power cord, tabletop nebulizers aren’t very portable. They’re bulkier and heavier than handheld nebulizers, and are best for at-home use. However, most compressors have a built-in handle and come with a carrying case for easier transport.
As mentioned before, tabletop nebulizers are heavier and larger than handheld/portable machines. The Omron CompAir NE-C801, PARI Vios and PARI Trek S are smaller than most tabletop nebulizers, yet are still very reliable and effective.
All of the tabletop nebulizers we carry can be connected to an outlet. Some compressors also have rechargeable batteries, which will come in handy during power outages.
Each compressor comes with a variety of accessories, such as a mask, tubing, AC adaptor, and nebulizer kit. Replacements and additional accessories can be found here.
The InnoSpire nebulizer compressors feature a convenient docking station to make filling the medication cup easier.
The Neb-u-Lite LX2, Inspiration 626, Mabis CompMist, Power Neb II, PulmoMate, and Pulmo-Aide all feature a storage compartment right inside the machine to securely hold all nebulizer components.
The filters in these compressors need to be replaced regularly to ensure optimum performance. Disposable nebulizer kits should be replaced every after 2 week's worth of treatments. Reusable nebulizers are typically replaced every 6 months. Masks, medication cups, mouthpieces and all other nebulizer accessories should also be cleaned regularly to prevent bacterial growth.
We carry a large selection of tabletop nebulizers to accommodate all persons with respiratory conditions. If you still need help choosing a home use nebulizer, please call us at 1-888-550-2450 Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tabletop nebulizers are home nebulizer machines that require a traditional wall outlet for powering. Nebulizers for home use tend to be bulkier and heavier, but also tend to be more durable than portable nebulizers. If you're looking for a nebulizer machine to use strictly at home or where a wall outlet is available, consider the top rated PARI TREK S with the optional rechargeable battery pack. Read More
Does your child need a nebulizer? We offer a variety of child nebulizer machines for home use, including the Medquip Panda and Building Block nebulizer systems. These kid-friendly tabletop nebulizers feature a playful design meant to entertain and calm a child who may be hesitant or afraid to take a nebulizer treatment.