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From portable handheld to convenient tabletop Nebulizer systems, We feature products to meet all your respiratory care needs. Convenient and affordable Nebulizer accessories, such as infant and child masks, nebulizer sets, filters and Nebulizer parts. We offer a wide assortment of Childreds Nebulizer designed just for kids, which can enhances cooperation and results!

Selecting the correct Nebulizer for you:
A Nebulizer is a machine that converts an numbers of specialized medications from a liquid to a particle mist (aerosol mist) that can then be easily inhaled into a patients lungs. Its purpose is similar to that of an asthma inhaler, and often times it is used as an alternative to a metered dose inhaler (MDI).In general those who require a Nebulizer for treatment are those who can not use an inhaler effectively and thus do not get the most from their respiratory medication. Due to the difficulty of using an MDI effectively, or upon a doctors recommendation, many people decide to use a Nebulizer system, especially for children or older adults.

If you have and your Physician have decided that using a nebulizer for respiratory treatment is right for you or a loved one then you will find some will written guidance in finding the right one, below. There are several different nebulizer systems on the market today but all of them fall within a few basic categories with distinctive features.
Tabletop Nebulizer:

  • Designed to be used indoors and be placed on a table or similar surface.
  • Typically, are less expensive than handheld Nebulizer systems.
  • Well suitable for small children or infants who require stationery use.
Handheld Nebulizer:

  • Allows the user mobility during treatment times, system operates while being held.
  • Most are Compatible with power sources (like a 12V DC auto adaptor or a battery)
  • Smaller and lighter than tabletop Nebulizer systems.
  • 12 volt and battery systems can be used while traveling.
Among handheld and tabletop Nebulizer systems there are two distinctly different methods of nebulization, or ways in which the liquid medication is converted into an aerosol mist.

Piston-Pump Compressor (Jet or Aerosol Nebulizers):

  • Delivers air from a piston-powered compressor through the liquid
  • medication (normally through use of tubing and nebulizer cup) which
  • creates the breathable mist
  • Generally less expensive than ultrasonic nebulizers but are shown to
  • be just as clinically effective at treating most respiratory conditions,
Ultrasonic Nebulizers:

  • Use high-frequency sound vibrations to turn a medication into a mist
  • Silent and tend to deliver medication more quickly than jet nebulizers
  • Aerosol particles are generally smaller and more uniform in size
  • Generally more recommended for patients using a nebulizer system to treat cystic fibrosis
Common Questions:

Who is the Nebulizer for?


  • If it is for a child you should consider buying equipment designed for kids with colorful or playful themes. If it is for an infant you may need to make sure you have an infant inhalation mask or other necessary accessories.
Where will you use it?

  • Portability and battery packs are important if you're frequently on-the-go.
Are you buying compatible components?
  • Some manufacturers design nebulizer accessories to be compatible only with their own products. Make sure you are buying the correct parts.
How often do nebulizer accessories need to be renewed?

  • Most nebulizer products require regular maintenance and cleaning. For accessories like nebulizer cups, mouthpieces, tubing, or compressor air filters; there are recommended periods of use, after which the product may lose its effectiveness. Be sure to stay aware of which items are reusable or disposable and how often these items need to be replaced.

Storage and Cleaning:

  • Sterilization and cleaning of respiratory products is very important to ensure you get the most out of the products and receive the bestlevel of treatment. Be mindful of how to store an item between uses.