Drive Medical Pulmo-Aide Compact Compressor Nebulizer System
When it seems like you can't find your breath, you might turn to an inhaler to open up your airways. Unfortunately, the small breath-giving device may not be enough, inevitably leading you to the emergency room. Upon receiving care, a doctor or nurse may use a Pulmo-aide compact nebulizer system, ultimately treating your asthma, COPD, or cystic fibrosis. You can find rapid respiratory relief by delivering medicine or simple saline solution to your airways.
For nearly 30 years, Pulmo-aide by Drive Medical Devilbiss has been used in hospitals and care homes alike. To assure your respiration, they offer a wide range of products which keep people breathing. Whether you need oxygen, sleep, or aerosol therapies, Drive Devilbiss proudly distributes each of these solutions.
- Small footprint
- Small, compact design
- Convenient carrying handle
The Pulmo-Aide Compact Compressor Nebulizer System is a small hospital-grade nebulizer that can be deployed in as few as 30 seconds. The top compartment holds each part of the mouthpiece and tubing for fast assembly. After assembly, life can be saved by quick administration of saline or medicine.
Compressor Nebulizer Benefits
Nebulizers work by aerating or nebulizing liquids such as saline or medicine into a fine mist. The Pulmo-aide Compact Compressor nebulizer system pushes this fine mist along with its surgical tubing, allowing anyone to inhale a life-saving concoction quickly. In the case of certain asthmas or bronchitis, the fine mist particles attach to mucus and your airways, reluctantly breaking down substances obstructing your airways.
An Alternative to other Oral Medicine
Depending on a patient's condition, they may not be able to use other orally administered forms of medication. When a person has difficulty swallowing or simply ingesting their drugs, a Nebulizer can occasionally be used as a safe alternative. Just add an appropriate remedy and saline to the liquid-holding compartment of the nebulizer, and in as little as moments, your patients can find rapid relief.
An example of a medication that can be nebulized is the anti-biotic tobramycin. You can administer this medicine to fight pneumonia and bronchitis as a last resort. Nebulizer medicine can help your asthma symptoms by keeping the airways open and preventing inflammation.
The Pulmo-Aide Compact Compressor Nebulizer system is equipped with a handle to be quickly moved from its station and directly to a patient. All it requires is a source of power, and it can be plugged into a portable battery or directly into a wall. This compressor nebulizer system only requires 2.5 amps, 115 VAC 60 HZ, which can be plugged in almost anywhere.
Drive Compressor Nebulizer System Specifications:
|Dimensions ||7.5" (W) x 4.0" (H) x 7.2" (D) |
|Electrical Requirements ||2.5 amps, 115 VAC 60 Hz |
|Free Air Flow ||13 lpm Typical |
|Max Pressure ||35 psig or Greater |
|Power Consumption ||140 Watts Maximum |
|Sound Level ||58-62 dBA |
Buy Compressor Nebulizer
If you are looking for an effective and affordable way to treat respiratory problems, you should consider buying a compressor nebulizer. A compressor nebulizer is a device that turns medication into a mist that can be inhaled.
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