A nebulizer is otherwise known as Atomizer. It is a device which vaporizes the liquid and administers medication in the form of a mist which inhales into the lungs via mouthpiece or mask. What is Nebulizer and briefly about HEPA nebulizer means mainly for those who are suffering from asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis and other disorders related to the respiratory system?
Generally, it takes five to fifteen minutes under normal circumstances. But it takes too long time where situation is very critical and chances of use face mask too.
HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) is originally named as High-Efficiency Particulate Absorber. It is a type of air filter.
In nebulizer, there is one tube. When we give to pressure, air passes through the tube and liquid medicine is convertes into a mist. It can deliver short and longtime asthma medication therapy. There are some medications uses in nebulizer; albuterol, budesonide, formoterol, etc. All these medications are determined by the doctor.
HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) is original as High-Efficiency Particulate Absorber. It is a type of air filter along with those medical facilities, automobiles, aircraft, homes, etc.
There are some vacuum cleaners where HEPA filters use as a part of filtration systems. This filtration helps for asthma and allergy sufferers because the HEPA filter traps the fine particles like pollen and dust mite feces. These fine particles are the reason for causing allergy and asthma.
A nebulizer is really needs for those patients who are suffering from all kind of respiratory system issues like asthma, COPD, allergy, etc. Nebulizer take time as compared to an inhaler, but it’s helpful for the patient. Here in case of nebulizer, there is no need of taking a deep breath.