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Noun1.nebuliser - a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine mistnebuliser - a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine mist
airbrush - an atomizer to spray paint by means of compressed air
dispenser - a container so designed that the contents can be used in prescribed amounts
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Nebuliser is further sub-segmented into compressed air nebuliser, ultrasonic nebuliser and mesh nebuliser.
Based on the product segmentation, the overall market has been categorised into metered dose inhaler (MDI), dry powder inhaler (DPI) and nebuliser.
of these Bronchodilators so many have their own nebuliser or have access to the use of one and a nebuliser is a machine that converts the liquid medicine into an easy inhailed mist by passing oxygen or air through tubing up to a face mask or mouth- piece via a medication chamber.
Inhaler is a better choice over nebuliser machines as well, she added.
University Hospital runs a nebuliser service and loans machines to patients for use at home.
Family flowers, donations would be gratefully received towards the purchase of a nebuliser or to Llanidloes Dial a Ride.
The pair have the disease''s G551D mutation, and have to take up to 50 tablets a day and endure frequent nebuliser and physiotherapy sessions.
Mr Harris uses three different inhalers to control his asthma as well as steroids and he also has a nebuliser machine.
A For most patients there would be no advantage of taking their inhaled medicines through a nebuliser and they can be difficult to load up and maintain safely.
She went round to her neighbours house with the intention of causing greivous bodily harm, rather than murder, and struck her victim whilst she was using a nebuliser.
We report a patient who developed unilateral mydriasis due to inadvertent ocular exposure to nebulised salbutamol and ipratropium bromide as a result of a faulty leaking nebuliser.