Nebulizers are machines designed to deliver medication deep into the lungs by turning liquid medication into a mist. It can be prescribed as a treatment for asthma, and for people suffering from severe COPD, Cystic Fibrosis, Bronchieactasis, HIV, and Pneumocystosis.
Nebulizers can only be dispensed with a prescription.
Pediatric compressor nebulizers are perfect for children suffering from asthma who aren’t old enough to properly use an inhaler. The child-friendly designs of Humpfrey the Hippo and Sally the Seal make it easier to administering treatments easier and less scary for the child. The systems can dispense all types of medication quickly and effectively and are quiet and easy to use. Other features include: 7′ tubing, 6″ reservoir, and a pediatric aerosol mask.
Compact devices allow you to nebulize medication wherever and whenever you want. Portable nebulizers can be powered by an optional battery, some of which can operate for up to 90 minutes per charge. They can be used with a mask or mouthpiece, and they nebulize the most commonly prescribed bronchodilators.
Aerosol Delivery System
Aerosol systems work efficiently with nebulizers to provide air flow additional to that supplied by a compressor, resulting in faster drug delivery and shorter treatment times. Treatment time is typically 5 to 7 minutes with an operating flow rate of 7 LPM at 10 PSI.
Insurance coverage should always be verified with one of Rice Home Medical’s customer service representatives. Eligibility can vary by policy plan.
Medicare coverage for nebulizers can be found here: