The purpose of the nebulizer


Use: Therapeutic nebulizer is mainly used in the upper respiratory tract, including colds, flu, cough, chest pain, sore throat, sore throat, sore throat, rhinitis, bronchitis, kidney disease and other diseases that occur in the trachea, bronchus, and alveoli. It is used to treat asthma and lower respiratory tract infections. Spray inhalation therapy is an important and effective treatment method for respiratory infections. The nebulizer is used to spray the drug solution into small particles, which enter the airways and lungs to relieve pain when inhaled.

Target: Effective treatment immediately.

Type: The atomizer uses directional pressure to expand the liquid surface and the cavity around the liquid convex surface, thereby dispersing the liquid into small molecular gases. There are two main atomization principles currently in use, one is an ultrasonic atomizer and the other is a compression atomizer.

Ultrasonic atomizers: Use the ultrasonic principle to atomize liquid. Because ultrasound cannot remove mist, most medicines are only stored in the upper respiratory tract such as the mouth and throat. Because the storage of medicines reaching the lungs is very small, they cannot effectively treat lower respiratory diseases. At the same time, the ultrasonic nebulizer produces large mist particles and fast nebulization. Rapid nebulization ultrasound can absorb a large amount of water vapor and water into the patient’s respiratory tract. It absorbs rich liquid from the respiratory tract, narrows the airway, and enlarges the respiratory tract. Resistance, hypoxia may occur, and the ultrasonic atomizer will make the liquid droplets hang on the wall of the inner cavity, which is not effective for lower respiratory diseases, and the inertial attachment to the respiratory system and respiratory diseases increases the damage Demand for drugs and waste.

Air-compression atomizers: Also known as risk-based spray or jet atomization, they use compressed air to generate a rapid air flow through a small tube and spray the resulting negatively compressed liquid or other fluid onto the obstruction. The high-speed impact causes water to fall off the droplets and produce weak particles.

Air compressed atomizer has the following advantages:

  1. The oil-free piston compressor has high efficiency, does not need to inject cold water when working, does not need frequent maintenance, and the operation is simple and convenient. The medicine is sprayed for the first time, and no combination of medicine is required, and the effect is particularly good; the utilization rate of the medicine is high, and there is almost no medicine residue;
  2. It is easier to use and operate. The product is equipped with an extended trachea, which allows for more activities, sitting and sleeping. Some atomized parts are simple to assemble, light and easy to use and keep;
  3. Use the original medicine atomization, the amount of atomization inhaled during treatment is appropriate, and the atomized particles are ultra-fine. Generally, it is not easy to cause swelling of the inner wall of the trachea and cause trachea rupture during treatment. It is not easy to collide and combine, and the human body is comfortable to inhale, and it can enter the bronchus, lungs and other trachea. The clinical effect is excellent, and it is especially suitable for the treatment of lower respiratory tract diseases (asthma).
  4. Mechanical products, with extremely low failure rate, low maintenance cost, long service life, 5-10 years of normal use.