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Handheld Portable Nebulizers

Portable nebulizers are slightly larger than a deck of cards, so they can be carried in a purse, briefcase, or backpack to be used whenever and wherever you need them.

The Omron CompAir Elite Portable Compressor Nebulizer is a compact nebulizer that provides treatment of allergies, asthma, and other respiratory disorders anywhere you need it. The upgraded features to the Omron CompAir Elite Portable Compressor Nebulizer have made the perfect nebulizer you can take with you where ever you go! The unique low flow technology of the Omron CompAir Elite Portable Compressor Nebulizer allows safe and convenient treatment almost anywhere. This compact compressor nebulizer also can run on AC or Batteries with the optional rechargeable battery package.

The Omron NE-U22V MicroAir Nebulizer System is the first portable nebulizer with a powerful delivery that is comparable to table-top compressor nebulizers. Designed for patients suffering from Asthma, COPD, or any other respiratory conditions, the Omron NE-U22V MicroAir Nebulizer System delivers undiluted medication, shortening treatment time so you have more time to do the things you love. The Omron NE-U22V MicroAir Nebulizer System is one of the few compressor nebulizers that is tubeless and cordless providing an unmatched portability and ease of use.

The Respironics MiniElite Compressor Nebulizer System is a fast, portable nebulizer that optimizes treatments and promotes active lifestyles. Easy to use, transport, and maintain, the Mini Elite Compressor Nebulizer System nebulizes most commonly prescribed solutions and suspensions. The compressor nebulizer system includes: MiniElite Compressor, Micro Plus reusable nebulizer handset, AC electrical adapter, DC electrical Car Adapter, four filters, instructional DVD, and a carrying case. The unit only weighs 1 lb.

Nebulizers are electric or battery-powered medical devices that convert liquid asthma medicine into a fine mist that"s inhaled into the lungs. The user breathes in the mist through a mouthpiece or facemask. Nebulizers vary in size and shape, but can be a bit bulky and noisy and may need to be plugged in. Nebulizers are commonly used for the treatment of cystic fibrosis, asthma, COPD and other respiratory diseases. Nebulizers use oxygen, compressed air or ultrasonic power to break up medical solutions and suspensions into small aerosol droplets that can be directly inhaled from the mouthpiece of the device.



 
 
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