If you are wondering what are the differences between inhalers and portable nebulizers, here is the answer:
Inhalers and portable mesh nebulizers are two common devices used to deliver medication to the lungs to help manage respiratory conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Both devices are effective at delivering medication to the lungs, but there are some key differences between the two.
Inhalers are small, portable devices that are used to deliver a measured dose of medication directly to the lungs when a person inhales.
Inhalers come in two main types: metered-dose inhalers (MDIs) and dry powder inhalers (DPIs). MDIs use a chemical propellant to push the medication out of the inhaler, while DPIs use the force of the person's inhalation to deliver the medication.
Inhalers are easy to use and are a convenient way to deliver medication to the lungs.
Portable mesh nebulizers, also known as vibrating mesh nebulizers, are a newer type of nebulizer that uses a mesh technology to turn liquid medication into a fine mist.
These devices are portable and typically use battery power, making them more convenient to use on the go than traditional nebulizers. Portable mesh nebulizers are more expensive than inhalers, but they can be an excellent option for people who have difficulty using an inhaler, want their treatment to be more effective, or people who prefer the convenience of a portable device.
The Briutcare Portable Handheld Nebulizer takes the nebulization experience to another level, you will feel quicker relief thanks to our patented “Vibration Mesh Technology”, 80% of particles generated by our nebulizer are smaller than 5µm, which makes it possible for particles to reach the lower respiratory tract and alveolar. You will feel better faster than using an inhaler or a regular portable nebulizer.
The Briutcare Mesh nebulizer is the first smart nebulizer, use our app to adjust the medication airflow intensity, keep track of your medical treatment doses, and many other smart features.
In summary, inhalers and portable mesh nebulizers are both effective ways to deliver medication to the lungs, but they work in different ways and have different benefits and drawbacks.
Inhalers are small, portable, and easy to use, but may not be as effective at delivering a large dose of medication to the lungs. Portable mesh nebulizers are more expensive and may not be as widely available, but they offer the convenience of a portable device and may be more effective at delivering a larger dose of medication to the lungs.
It's important to work with a healthcare provider to determine the best device for your specific needs.