Did you know babies can’t blow their own nose? If you’re reading this, you probably did. So, you have a congested non-nose-blowing baby. What do you do? There are a few options. Read More
Parents often have trouble giving their babies nebulizer treatments. Infants may be scared and bat the nebulizer away or start crying. Though there’s no foolproof solution for getting your infant to cooperate, there are some things you can do to help. Read More
Josh from Missouri wrote in asking, “Do nebulisers need to be cleaned/sterilized? How often should I do this?”
Typically, it is recommended that you do a quick cleaning of your nebulizer (part that holds the medicine) after each use and sterilize it once a week. The cleaning is simple and shouldn’t take more than a couple minutes.
For treating respiratory ailments, nebulizer (sometimes misspelled nebuliser) treatments are best because they do it directly. Nebulizer treatments, however, can often be improved upon by using the right nebulizer accessory. For children, this often means finding a better way to get your child to take his/her treatment comfortably and without hassle. Read More
A nebulizer mask
can make a big difference in the comfort of your treatment. Nebulizer users are often very young or more mature and can have some difficulty cupping their lips around a mouthpiece for 5-15 minutes. A mask allows the user to sit back and relax while taking his/her treatment and to breathe comfortably through the mask.