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  • General Nebulizer Information

    General Nebulizer Information

    A nebulizer is a breathing machine used to treat lung conditions such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, and other respiratory illnesses. They administer medication in the form of a mist that's inhaled into the lungs and are often used in situations in which using an inhaler is difficult or ineffective. Nebulizers are also used to limit the side effects of medications like steroids by delivering the medicine directly to the respiratory system.

    General Nebulizer Information
  • Kids

    Breathing Treatments & Kids

    Because inhalers cannot be used by infants and are difficult for small children to use, nebulizers make treatment for asthma or other respiratory conditions easier and more effective for children. Nebulizers deliver medicine directly to the child's airways, assuring parents and caregivers that the child's needs are being met.

    Breathing Treatments & Kids
  • Asthma

    Asthma

    Treatment for asthma and other respiratory conditions involves more than seeking medical advice and formulating a treatment plan–it also requires you to make lifestyle choices to improve your health. If you're ready to make changes to your living environment, there are many products that can help.

    Asthma
  • Respiratory Care

    Respiratory Care

    One of the greatest tools for combating nasal and sinus congestion is moisture. When you have allergies, a cough, cold, or another respiratory ailment, almost nothing feels better than the mist of a steam vaporizer. Vaporizers turn water into steam, then propel the warm steam into the air. The steam helps loosen any mucus in your sinuses, throat, or chest. When using a warm steam vaporizer in the home, keep the following precautions in mind.

    Respiratory Care
  • Caring

    Caring for your Nebulizer

    Owning a nebulizer means that you'll need to perform some basic cleaning and maintenance to keep it in working order. Compressor filters eventually become dirty and channels get clogged. Also, the tubing, masks, and mouthpieces will degrade over time. It's essential to clean your nebulizer, replace parts, and check for dysfunctional components to make the most of your nebulizer treatments. Here are some of the basics…

    Caring for your Nebulizer
  • Traveliing

    Traveling with a Nebulizer

    Having asthma or another breathing problem can make air travel even more complicated than it already is. Which nebulizer should you bring? How will you keep your device safe? Read these tips to make your airport experience run smoothly.

    Traveling with a Nebulizer
  • Top Selling Nebulizers

    Top Selling Nebulizers

    The PARI ProNeb Ultra II Nebulizer and the PARI Trek S Compact Compressor are reliable and effective tools for delivering asthma medication. Find out why patients like the PARI jet nebulizers so much.

    Top Selling Nebulizers
  • Sleep Apnea and CPAP Therapy

    Sleep Apnea and CPAP Therapy

    Affecting more than 18 million people in the United States, sleep apnea is a dangerous sleep disorder in which a person repeatedly stops breathing during sleep. CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) therapy is the most common and effective treatment for sleep apnea. Learn about the different types of sleep apnea, how CPAP therapy can help you, and how to choose the right CPAP mask for your sleep needs.

    Sleep Apnea and CPAP Therapy
  • Asthma in Pets

    Asthma in Pets

    Like humans, animals can also have asthma. One of the best ways to manage asthma in pets is by using a nebulizer. This process can be quite tricky as pets can be non-compliant. Find out how you can help your asthmatic dog or cat with these helpful tips.

    Asthma in Pets

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