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A nebulizer is an essential tool for people suffering from respiratory conditions, such as COPD and asthma. This device is designed to provide relief by converting liquid medication into a fine aerosol that is easy to inhale.

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If you want to buy a nebulizer, we offer a wide range of options, from compact, portable models to powerful, stationary devices. Our nebulizers are reliable, durable and designed to provide optimal nebulization of medication. We offer mesh nebulizers, jet nebulizers and ultrasonic nebulizers.

If you need help choosing the right nebulizer for your specific needs, please use our advice module or contact us for personal advice.

A nebulizer is a hygiene product. Once the seal has been broken, the product cannot be returned. 

What are the benefits of a nebulizer?

Nebulizers offer numerous advantages. First, they are very effective at delivering medication, especially in patients who have difficulty using traditional inhalers. Thanks to their ability to convert medication into small droplets, nebulizers can deliver medication deeper into the airways, resulting in faster and more effective relief. In addition, nebulizers are user-friendly. Even young children and the elderly can use them with ease. Because they are comfortable and easy to use, they can greatly simplify the daily routine of medication administration for people with chronic respiratory problems.

When do you use a nebulizer?

Nebulizers are useful in treating a variety of respiratory conditions, including asthma, bronchitis, and COPD. They can also be used for acute respiratory problems, such as during an asthma attack, or as part of a respiratory care routine. Thanks to their efficiency and ease of use, nebulizers can significantly improve the quality of life of people with respiratory problems.

Types of nebulizers

There are different types of nebulizers and the main differences between these types are usually determined by their mechanism of action, portability, and the particle size they produce. We distinguish 3 types of nebulizers:
  • Jet nebulizers: These nebulizers use compressed air or oxygen to turn the medication into a fine mist. They are usually larger and require a power source. These are the most common and affordable models.
  • Ultrasonic nebulizers: These devices use high-frequency sound waves to convert drugs into an aerosol. They are generally smaller, quieter and faster than jet and mesh nebulizers.
  • Mesh nebulizers: These devices use a microscopic metal plate with tiny holes (mesh) to turn the medication into a fine mist. They are portable, quiet and efficient.
The particle size produced by the nebulizer is important because it determines the depth of the drug in the lungs. Larger particles are usually deposited in the upper respiratory tract, while smaller particles can penetrate deeper into the lungs.