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Nebulizer therapy

In the treatment of respiratory diseases the most effective and modern method is inhalation therapy. Inhalation of drugs through the nebulizing diffuser is one of the most reliable and simple methods of treatment. The use of nebulizing diffusers in the treatment of respiratory diseases is gaining increasing recognition among doctors and patients.

In order for the drug to penetrate the respiratory tract more easily, it must be converted into an aerosol. The nebulizer is the chamber in which the drug solution is sprayed to the aerosol and fed into the patient's airways. The therapeutic aerosol is created at the expense of certain forces. Such forces can be the flow of air (compressor nebulizers) or ultrasonic vibrations of the membrane (ultrasonic nebulizers). You can visit additional recommendations

The modern approach to the treatment of respiratory diseases involves the delivery of the drug directly into the respiratory tract due to the widespread use of inhalation forms of medications. The capabilities of the nebulizing diffuser dramatically expanded the scope of inhalation therapy. Now it has become accessible to patients of all ages (from breastfeeding to old age). It can be performed during periods of exacerbation of chronic diseases (primarily bronchial asthma), in situations where the patient has significantly lowered the inspiration rate (children of early age, postoperative patients, patients with severe physical illnesses) both at home and in a hospital.

Nebulizer therapy has advantages over other types of inhalation therapy:

It can be used at any age, since the patient does not need to adjust his breathing to the work of the device and at the same time perform any actions, for example, press the can, keep the inhaler, etc., which is especially important in young children.
The lack of the need to carry out a strong breath allows the use of nebulizing diffuser therapy in cases of severe asthma attack, as well as in patients in old age.
Nebulizer therapy allows the use of drugs in effective doses in the absence of side effects.
This therapy provides a continuous and rapid supply of drugs with the help of a compressor.
It is the safest method of inhalation therapy, since propellants (solvents or carrier gases) are not used, unlike metered aerosol inhalers.
It is a modern and comfortable method for treating bronchopulmonary diseases in children and adults.
What diseases can be treated with a nebulizing diffuser?

The medicinal preparation sprayed with an inhaler starts functioning almost immediately, which makes it possible to use nebulizers, first of all, for the treatment of diseases requiring urgent intervention — asthma, allergies.

(primarily nebulizers are used to treat diseases that require immediate intervention — asthma, allergies).

Another group of diseases in which inhalations are simply necessary are chronic inflammatory processes of the respiratory tract, such as chronic rhinitis, chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, chronic bronchial obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis, and others.

But this area of ​​their application is not limited. They are good for the treatment of acute respiratory diseases, laryngitis, rhinitis, pharyngitis, fungal infections of the upper respiratory tract, immune system.

Inhalers help with occupational diseases of singers, teachers, miners, chemists.

In what cases is a nebulizing diffuser needed at home?

In a family where a child is growing, susceptible to frequent catarrhal diseases, bronchitis (including those with bronchial obstruction syndrome), for complex treatment of cough with hard-to-separate sputum, treatment of stenosis.
Families with chronic or frequently relapsing bronchopulmonary diseases (bronchial asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic bronchitis, cystic fibrosis).
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