Nebulizers2021-08-30T13:50:59+00:00

Adult and Pediatric Nebulizers

Aeroflow’s goal is to simplify the respiratory journey by providing
high-quality nebulizers for home breathing treatments.

Insurance Covered Nebulizers

Aeroflow offers the latest in-home nebulizer that provides the most efficient breathing treatment for upper respiratory infections, asthma, allergies, COPD, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis.

Insurance Coverage

For the most part, nebulizer equipment, including home and portable models, parts, and resupply items are covered by insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid. You might be required to go through a DME to get a covered nebulizer.

Nebulizer Replacement Parts

Because consistent treatment is key to maximum efficacy, our goal is to keep you on track and on schedule with your crucial nebulizer supplies. We send convenient reminders when it’s time for you to reorder nebulizer supplies. Have your nebulizer masks, tubing, filters, and more shipped to your door on a regular schedule you can rely on.

Pediatric and Adult Nebulizers

Nebulizer treatment works by atomizing liquid medicine into an inhalable gas form, which can then be easily breathed in by the patient as they wear a nebulizer mask.
Home nebulizers work off of an AC power source which will plug into any standard outlet. Nebulizer breathing treatments can become less cumbersome and obstructive to daily life activities like cooking, watching TV, or sleeping.

Child-Friendly Designs

Aeroflow specializes in industry-leading, innovative devices designed with children in mind. We offer a full range of quiet nebulizers that are highly accessible for children. There are options with friendly animal shapes, bright colors, and lights to keep them entertained (and more easily treated) through the duration of the session.

Our portable nebulizers weigh about 3.5 pounds, easy for children to safely handle. Most can easily fit into a bag and utilize a power-port adapter in a car, so your child can be treated from any location.

Frequently Asked Questions

A nebulizer can treat chronic and non chronic conditions such as: asthma, COPD, Cystic Fibrosis, respiratory infection, bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia.
Wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, rapid breathing, chest pain, and difficult breathing.
Both inhalers and nebulizers are available through prescription only to serve the purpose of delivering inhaled medicine to the lungs. Both devices deliver similar types of medicine and work well when used properly. A nebulizer is a small compressor that attaches to a mouthpiece or face mask to turn liquid medicine into a fine mist that can be inhaled by patients. An inhaler is a small handheld device used to get the medicine directly into the lungs. The medicine is a mist or spray that is released by the patient as they inhale.

Typically, a mouthpiece with a longer piece of nebulizer tubing attached to it will enable the patient to inhale their atomized medicine. A mask can be a simple clear plastic mask that covers the nose and mouth to allow patients to relax or children to play as their atomized medication flows freely without the need to hold a mouthpiece.

Frequently Asked Questions

A nebulizer can treat chronic and non chronic conditions such as: asthma, COPD, Cystic Fibrosis, respiratory infection, bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia.
Wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, rapid breathing, chest pain, and difficult breathing.
Both inhalers and nebulizers are available through prescription only to serve the purpose of delivering inhaled medicine to the lungs. Both devices deliver similar types of medicine and work well when used properly. A nebulizer is a small compressor that attaches to a mouthpiece or face mask to turn liquid medicine into a fine mist that can be inhaled by patients. An inhaler is a small handheld device used to get the medicine directly into the lungs. The medicine is a mist or spray that is released by the patient as they inhale.

Typically, a mouthpiece with a longer piece of nebulizer tubing attached to it will enable the patient to inhale their atomized medicine. A mask can be a simple clear plastic mask that covers the nose and mouth to allow patients to relax or children to play as their atomized medication flows freely without the need to hold a mouthpiece.

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