Child Nebulizer

Signs Your Child May Need a Nebulizer

As a parent, you’re on top of your child’s health and needs. From every little sign such as a slight cough to simply feeling unwell, you know when your child is ill. However, the signs of needing a pediatric nebulizer can easily be missed. You may need to get a nebulizer for your child if [Read More….]

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Can Cold Weather Affect Asthma?

By Chass Armstrong It’s winter which not only means colder weather, but also an increasing risk of asthma attacks. If you or your child has asthma, you know how scary this can be. However, you can help prevent asthma attacks before they start by taking your asthma medicine regularly. As many of you know, there [Read More….]

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Winter, Asthma, and You

By Zach Collins The winter is often a time of mild, moderate, or even severe health issues for some people. The sudden change into cold, dry temperatures can lead to problems for numerous groups of people with a variety of issues. However the one we’re most concerned with today is of course respiratory issues. We’ve [Read More….]

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Fall Allergies and Asthma and their impact on productivity

It’s fall! A time for tasty treats, crisp weather, parties, family fun, trick-or-treating, and unfortunately colds and allergies. Though cold’s and allergies can be bad on their own, the can be even worse when they trigger asthma symptoms. Around 25 million American suffer from asthma, and this number is growing and nearly 50% of those [Read More….]

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How BiPAP differs From CPAP

Chances are, if you or someone you know has been diagnosed with sleep apnea you probably are aware of what a CPAP Machine is and how it works. A less common relative to the CPAP therapy is BiPAP therapy. Though they may sound the same, and use similar technology, BiPAP machines are used to treat [Read More….]

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Child Nebulizer

The Benefits of Child Friendly Nebulizers

By Chass Armstrong As spoken about in a previous post, Pediatric Compressor Nebulizers are often the preferred choice to deliver critical breathing medicine to infants and children. The nebulizers are designed to provide a source of compressed air which mixes with the nebulizer medicine to produce a fine mist, which is easily inhaled to help [Read More….]

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Asthma and Acetaminophen: What You Need To Know

Your child is coughing and has a running nose, their temperature is rising, and they have slight chills. It looks like it’s time to grab the Tylenol. Not so fast, there! Studies have shown that though Tylenol is a trusted name in reducing inflammation, it may be linked to asthma in children. Acetaminophen, the active [Read More….]

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Alcohol and Asthma

How Alcohol Affects Asthma

Asthma is a major cause of respiratory issues in adults.  And while treatment for this respiratory ailment is commonly treated by medication, often times a look at one’s diet or social life can uncover ways to improve asthmatic symptoms. Alcohol is one of these areas for improving your asthmatic health. If you’re an adult and [Read More….]

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