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
Life gets so busy, it’s easy to forget about medication. Especially when you or your child aren’t showing any symptoms. Here are 3 tips for remembering nebulizer treatments no matter how crazy life gets. Read More
Occasionally, we’ll get asked what the difference is between a nebulizer
and a vaporizer
. Or between a nebulizer and a humidifier
. Though they all have to do with respiratory care, they all work differently and serve different purposes.
Looking to ease your asthma symptoms? Here are some of the top asthma home remedies you can use along with prescription medication. Read More
Maintaining the compressor and nebulizer kits
you use to receive your nebulizer treatments is vital to keep receiving the most effective treatments possible. These compressors are not difficult to maintain, and the benefits far outweigh the time/effort spent to keep your nebulizer machine running in top condition.
Replacing the filter on your nebulizer machine
is the most important aspect of nebulizer maintenance. It's even more important than replacing your neb set, since without the filtered air coming from the compressor, you can't take a nebulizer treatment. Replacing your nebulizer machine's filter is easy, and should be performed regularly.
The PARI TREK S is one of our most highly rated nebulizers. This PARI nebulizer system uses piston pump compression to deliver effective nebulizer treatments in short timespans. Read More
What is a breathing treatment?
As with many medical devices, there are many lay terms associated with nebulizer treatments. One common term for a nebulizer
treatment is a breathing treatment. Used especially with children, this term refers to a nebulizer treatment, describing medication which is “breathed in” as the way it is administered.