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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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An NGO, the Extraordinary Mums and Single Ladies (E-Mum), on Monday, donated a new Nebuliser and Neonatal consumables to in-patients of the Alimosho General Hospital (ALGH), Igando, Lagos State.
For the many who suffer from respiratory conditions, an effective means of treatment is to use a traditional nebuliser, which can sometimes be restrictive as they are big, heavy and noisy, with the need to be powered from a main electric socket.
I've tried every inhaler, nebuliser or antibiotic available and took high-dose steroids for several years, which caused its own problems.
One tool for the delivery of medicine is the nebuliser. Traditional compressor-based models are energy-intensive, requiring a mains electricity connection to work.
Juzzer, who was instructed by his doctor to carry a nebuliser, climbed half way up the mountain.
This respiratory nebuliser is ideal for anyone suffering with respiratory diseases such as asthma.
Although decontamination and storage protocols for nebulisers were in place, nebuliser and air contamination was high, possibly due to poor staff adherence.
The product is a long-acting muscarinic antagonist bronchodilator delivered through the proprietary investigational eFlow closed system nebuliser. Presently, it is in development as a nebulised treatment for patients with moderate-to-very-severe COPD.
The family say, had there not been a nebuliser at their local doctor's surgery, "it could've been a completely different story."