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With Mein Arztbedarf you can choose from various inhalers and accessories such as replacement filters. If you need help, we will be happy to advise you!

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    Air Liquide Soffio Cube inhaler and accessories

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    Aerosol therapy of the lower respiratory tract Particle size MMAD 2.94 μm Nebulizer output 0.35 ml/min Replacement accessories available as Year P...

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    Boso medisol comfort deep inhaler for home use

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    Deep inhaler for home modern design with carrying handle particle size 3,5 μm incl. transport bag with accessory set for annual use 5 years...

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    Air Liquide Nebula inhalation device

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    High-quality compressor inhalation device for aerosol therapy of the lower respiratory tract also reaches deep lung regions (particle size MMAD 1....

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    Boso 7-piece yearpack for medisol comfort and compact inhalers

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    Accessory set for annual use optionally for boso medisol compact or comfort 7-piece Replace accessories once a year

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    Boso medisol compact, compact deep inhaler

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    Deep inhaler for on the go compact design Particle size 4.12 μm incl. carrying bag, micro USB cable & adapter for power supply with accessory...

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    Boso replacement filter for medisol comfort and compact inhalers (10 pieces)

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    Replacement filter for inhaler optionally for boso medisol comfort or compact Scope of delivery: 10 pieces for regular exchange Ensures thera...

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    Air Liquide Rinowash Nebulizer Nasal Irrigator

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    for connection to a compressed air inhalation device (e.g. Soffio Cube or Nebula) nebulizes 5 ml solution in 2 min. Particle size MMAD 18 µm no...

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    Boso medisol Pedineb pacifier atomizer for medisol comfort and compact inhalers

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    Pacifier atomizer for infants compatible with boso inhalers medisol comfort and medisol compact easy handling clean and efficient developed b...

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What is an inhalator?

With an inhaler, aerosols or vapors are generated that are inhaled by the patient. This means that active ingredients can be absorbed into the lungs that have a limited effect there or get into the bloodstream and act systemic. Different types for different areas of application are differentiated in the inhalators.

 

Dam

Drug dosing dosing dosing doses include medication in liquid form as a solution, suspension or emulsion. Printed drift gases, such as fluorated hydrocarbons, put pressure on the drug shape reservoir. If the inhalator is operated, a certain amount of active ingredients are released as aerosol by a dosing chamber and a valve. Depending on how large the drops that arise, the particles reach the lungs of different deepness. Coordinated breathing and use of the inhalator should be noted. While inhaling should be inhaled deep and slowly, as this is how a high lung separation is achieved.

 

Normal printing dosing doseshastors

In normal pressure dosing dosing doses, the preparation is atomized by mechanical energy and nozzles or ultrasound and is not under pressure.

 

Powder

In the case of powder inhalators, the powder is either pre -dosed in individual dose of socket - including capsules, or is measured by a dosing mechanism. The preparation is not actively atomized, but is finely distributed and absorbed by breathing. Strong inhaling is therefore a prerequisite for the type of inhalators.

 

Nuber

In the case of venonious, liquid droplets are separated from liquid medication. The resulting aerosol is inhaled by mouthpieces. Supernellers can be distinguished in 3 types. The nozzle bricker pulls droplets from a capillary system by generating a strong air flow vacuum on a nozzle. A pellet of droplets that are too big holds back. Ultrasound nebulizers generate ultrasound with the help of a vibrating piezocrystall, which creates the droplets. The fineness of the droplets depends on the height of the frequency. Membrane abrases consist of a very thin membrane that consists of countless microbist and swings in the KHZ area. The vibrations make each microbist a small pump that produces the finest droplets with a defined MMAD.

 

When is an inhalation recommended?

Respiratory diseases are best dealt with with the help of inhalation therapy, since the active ingredients get directly into the airways and their effects develop in the right place. Isotonic saline solutions, vegetable active ingredients or medication can be inhaled. A high dosage is superfluous. Inhalation therapy increases the effect of the substances administered, reduces the amount of active ingredients and minimalizes side effects.

 

What can inhalation therapy be achieved?

Depending on the active ingredient, inhalation therapy is intended to moisturize the respiratory tract and prevent acute infections, relieve cough and runny nose, loosen fixed secretions, inhibit the inflammation, swell the mucous membrane or expand the bronchi (asthma and COPD). Acute, chronic respiratory diseases in which inhalation therapy is recommended are bronchitis, sinusitis, asthma, COPD and cystic fibrosis.