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Totally silent nebulizer treatments!!!

Do you have trouble giving or taking nebulizer treatments due to the noise of the compressor? Does you infant cry and struggle with the nebulizer mask and noise? Would you like to be able to take/give a treatment without everyone stopping and watching or wondering what the noise is and if you are OK? Not only do we have a silent nebulizer but it cuts the treatment time in half. Contact us today to order yours or use code "shhh10" at check out for 10% off your order. This is also eligible for the PayPal bill me later options.

Pediatric Nebulizers

We offer nebulizers designed to distract and promote the child’s participation in his Nebulizer treatment. Below we have several items and compressors to entertain and promote the child’s acceptance of a treatment and minimize the trauma sometime associated with giving children Nebulizer treatments. These items are in stock and available for immediate delivery. Please remember that they do require a physician’s prescription. Thank you and we look forward to serving you. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding these or any other products we offer.

Interactive Building BLock Nebulizer System


Airway Clearance

The Lung Flute is a device used to help loosen, mobilize and eliminate secretions in the airways.

Looking for relief from COPD symptoms? You can breathe easier with a revolutionary mucus-clearing device called the Lung Flute.

For people who suffer from chronic mucus congestion caused by COPD, asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, pneumonia, and other respiratory ailments, finding a way to dislodge the deep, thick mucus in the chest can seem impossible. The Lung Flute by Medical Acoustics is an effective, non-invasive device that is easy to use and drug-free – simply blow into it with no more force than is needed to blow out a single birthday candle.

Clinical trials have proven the
Lung Flute is:
. Easy to use
. Mobilizes deep lung secretions
. Works at low pressure
. Improves quality of life scores in COPD patients