- Brand – Omron
- Type – Compressor Nebulizer Machine
- Model – NE-C900-E
- High-output compressor
- Unique two-part Smart Structure TM kit with only two parts to clean
- Suitable for use in patients with latex allergies
- Uses Omron’s unique two-part-smart structure kit
- Features a durable, high-output compressor
- Efficiently delivers medication to the lower airway
Omron CompAir Compressor Nebulizer Machine – NE-C900-E
The Omron CompAir pro nebulizer is built to the highest specifications to provide complete patient care. It features a durable, high-output compressor that produces a high nebulization rate so that your patients receive more medication where they need it most. As well as Omron nebulizer’s unique two-part smart structure™ kit with only two parts to clean, making assembly and disassembly easy and giving you more time for direct patient care.
For added flexibility, the parts that contact the patient are composed of either PVC or polypropylene, making the Omron nebulizer machine suitable for use in patients with latex allergies.
For the hundreds of millions of people who currently suffer from chronic respiratory problems such as asthma, pulmonary or bronchial disease, and allergies, simply breathing can be a daily challenge, and breathing difficulties can lead to serious health complications.
A major challenge in respiratory therapy is the efficient delivery of the medication to the bronchi and bronchioles in the lower respiratory tract. To overcome this challenge, inhalers and Omron nebulizer systems convert the medication to an aerosolized form for rapid delivery. These devices convert liquid medication into a mist of microscopic particles that is then inhaled through a mouthpiece or mask.
A nebulizer can be used to treat a wide range of common respiratory conditions such as:
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder, also called COPD
· Bronchitis and Bronchiolitis
· Rhinitis, also called Common Cold
· Allergic Rhinitis, also called Hay Fever
· Chronic Rhinosinusitis
Benefits of nebulization
One of the key benefits of inhalation is the fact that the medication is delivered directly into the respiratory tract, allowing for a high drug concentration in the target area.
Nebulizing medication can even have a greater clinical effect compared to similar or larger doses delivered orally (tablets) or by subcutaneous injection. Studies have also shown that this can lead to better treatment results than using inhalers alone.