Asthma is a condition where certain triggers cause the airways to constrict and produce extra mucus, causing wheezing and difficulty breathing.
Allergies Nebulizer ➜
Allergies can trigger immune responses and potentially cause airway irritation and wheezing.
Congestion Nebulizer ➜
Chest congestion occurs when the mucus membranes in the airways go into overdrive and produce excess secretions.
Bronchitis Nebulizer ➜
Bronchitis is typically caused by a virus and causes inflammation of the bronchial tubes, resulting in symptoms like cough, chest tightness, difficulty breathing, and excess mucus.
Pneumonia Nebulizer ➜
Pneumonia is an illness in which the small air sacs called alveoli in the lungs get infected and filled with fluid or pus. The airways also produce extra mucus, and it is often dark in color. Pneumonia causes fever, cough, and difficulty breathing.
Croup Nebulizer ➜
Croup is a common viral upper respiratory infection in younger children, causing swelling around the voicebox. The famous “barking” cough is characteristic of croup.
COPD Nebulizer ➜
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a common condition seen in people who have smoked for many years. This chronic respiratory disease is characterized by damaged lung tissues and exacerbations that can cause distress and constricted airways.
RSV Nebulizer ➜
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is a very contagious and common respiratory virus that hits young children the hardest. While mild cases manifest as cold symptoms, more serious cases cause significant inflammation in the small airways of the lungs.
COVID-19 Nebulizer ➜
While symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild to severe, sometimes breathing difficulties and pneumonia can manifest. Your doctor may recommend nebulized medications to help relieve symptoms.