When it comes to nebulizers, parents often face a fair amount of opposition from their little ones. No child likes their playtime to be cut short, especially if they have to sit still and take their medicine. The trick to fighting tantrums (and asthma) is to make nebulizer treatments an extension of playtime. Here are four nebulizer systems that are sure to put a smile on any kid’s face. Read More
This month Philips Respironics released two new nebulizers—the InnoSpire Essence
and InnoSpire Elegance
. The two models are very similar. Both share a sleek, lightweight design weighing only 3.3 pounds. Both come with a 5-year warranty on the compressor. And both include a disposable and a reusable nebulizer set.
Nebulizers are relatively simple devices, but they require occasional cleaning and maintenance to make sure they’re working properly. Some manufacturers recommend you sterilize the nebulizer cup (not the tubing, mask or machine) once a week. Others say after every other treatment. Read More
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.
It’s easy to lose track of things when you travel. Here are 5 common mistakes to avoid so you can get your regular nebulizer treatments. 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.
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.
While all nebulizer sets will work with all nebulizer compressors (as long as the tubing fits), the same is not true for all neb kits working with all nebulizer masks. This is because masks come in 2 different types: front and bottom loading. Read More
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
Nebulizers are great at directly treating respiratory ailments. Often, nebulizer treatments can be improved when a nebulizer accessory is used along with the basic nebulizer machine. Here's a list of some of the best nebulizer accessories for adults to help you get the most out of your nebulizer machine. Read More
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
Many people buy a nebulizer system and assume they are ready to go for years to come, but nebulizers require some simple maintenance to keep them in good, working order. As the component that requires regular replacement, the nebulizer is the most important part of the whole nebulizer system, and it consists of the mouthpiece, medication cup, and tubing. Read More
Your nebulizer can slow down for a variety of reasons. Before you scrap the entire nebulizer or give in to the idea that you will have to take 20 minute treatments or longer, check these essential components to ensure your nebulizer is producing as efficient of a treatment as possible. Read More