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Answered 2014-06-20 21:01:05

The first nebulizer was developed by a French inventor named Dr. Sales-Girons in 1858. The nebulizer had a pedal that acted in a similar way to a bicycle pump.

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Which is more effective in treating asthma a breathing treatment using a nebulizer or an inhaler?

Nebulizer defiantly.

How can you take a nebulizer off a asthmatic child?

What do you mean to take it off the child? How to get a child off of a nebulizer seems proper but if their asthma is bad enough to where they need the nebulizer, only constant medication of another kind will allow them to be away from the nebulizer for periods of time.

Is a nebulizer the same as an inhaler?

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What are the after effects of using a nebulizer?

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What is a HART continuous nebulizer?

HEART is the brand name of the nebulizer. The nebulizer provides continuous treatment for up to 8 hours. Nebulizers are used to dispense medicine via a "mist" that is inhaled from a mask for those who have different types of lung conditions.

What does the medical abbreviation SVN mean?

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Who invented first nebulizer?

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How do you spell nebulizer?

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A Nebulizer works to administer medication into an individuals lungs through normal breathing. In the case of an individual with Asthma the Bronchioles become inflammed and the individual is unable to effectively draw breath, or respirate. The Nebulizer allows normal breath action to administer medication.

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A Nebulizer is machine that helps people breath. What you have is a portable version of that machine. The manufacturers of that machine can give you more information

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Where can you buy a hand held portable nebalizer in mesquite?

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Who was the inventor of the first nebulizer?

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Is there a treatment to asthma?

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Do you breathe through mouth or nose when on a nebulizer?

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Can you take cough medicine if you took Albuterol in nebulizer?

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