Breathing and Air Quality


Nebulizers
A nebulizer changes medication from a liquid to a mist so that it can be more easily inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers are particularly effective in delivering asthma medications to infants and small children, and to anyone who has difficulty using an asthma inhaler. Comes in a variety of styles, including standard, train, pink taxi cab, firetruck, penguin, pink panda, doggie, and lego nebulizer.




Nebulizer Masks & Mouth Kits
There are two ways to take nebulized medications - a mask or a mouthpiece. Children under the age of two should always use a mask, but both methods are equally effective for older children and adults. A mouthpiece must be held throughout the treatment, a mask allows you to do the treatment hands-free.




Humidifiers
Humidifiers provide soothing, invisible moisture for better personal comfort. Helps temporarily relieve dry air discomforts, such as dry skin, dry throat, dry mouth, and nose bleeds.




Vaporizers
Provides soothing, visible steam moisture for temporary relief of cough and congestion. Medicine cup for added relief when used with liquid inhalents.




Peak Flow Meters
A peak flow meter is a portable, easy-to-use device that measures how well your lungs are working. You can use a peak flow meter to help you decide when you need to act to keep your asthma under control. Can be useful for adults and children as young as preschool age.




Incentive Spirometer
Using the incentive spirometer after surgery will help keep your lungs clear and active throughout the recovery process, as if you were performing your daily duties.