1. What’s the difference between a nebulizer and a compressor?
Though often referred to as a nebulizer, the machine part is actually the compressor because it compresses air to turn liquid medication into mist. The nebulizer is the part you attach to the compressor and breathe through.
Did you know that pets also benefit from nebulizer treatments? Like humans, they can suffer respiratory issues such as asthma, pneumonia or even the common cold. That’s why the Humane Society in St. Lucie County (HSSLC) is looking for donations of used nebulizers. The cats and kittens staying at the HSSLC shelter are in contact with numerous other cats, which unfortunately makes catching a cold much more likely. Read More
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.
One common question we receive here at JustNebulizers.com has to do with neb set and nebulizer machine compatibility. Many people are unsure if their neb set will work with their piston compressor. Here’s good news for you. Read More
Sidestream nebulizers (sometimes misspelled as nebuliser) have some very helpful benefits associated with them. At the same time however, they may not be for everyone. Before making a purchase, review this breakdown of the advantages Respironics Sidestream Nebulizers bring, and the reasons for upgrading to the newer technology. Read More
Cats, dogs and other pets can develop illnesses such as asthma, pneumonia, or other respiratory conditions that requires inhaled medication. Typically the most effective way to treat these conditions is through a nebulizer treatment. Nebulizer treatments are usually better for both humans and animals because nebulizers
administer the medication slowly, directly into the lungs.
What are the differences between ultrasonic nebulizers
and jet nebulizers? If you’re searching through nebulizers for sale, you may have thought about this question before. Here’s a comprehensive comparison of both ultrasonic nebulizers and traditional jet nebulizer systems.
Compressor nebulizers are the most popular and common type of nebulizer systems. Here are a few of our most popular models. Read More
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. 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.