Part No: 56501
The DeVilbiss Pulmo-Aide Compressor Nebulizer System has been providing effective aerosol treatments for more than thirty years. Modern styling, durability, and ease of use make this unit perfect for in-home asthma treatments.
The DeVilbiss Pulmo-Aide Compressor Nebulizer System has been providing effective aerosol treatments for more than thirty years. Modern styling, durability, and ease of use make this unit perfect for in-home asthma treatments. The Pulmo-Aide System comes ready to use with all
the attachments – filter, tubing, and nebulizer. The Pulmo-Aide System is the only approved compressor for use with TOBI (tobramycin solution for inhalation). The Pulmo-Aide is unmatched in quality, value, and performance.
Metal frame motor construction
The unique 4-pole motor design extends the life of the unit.
Large built-in compartment for storing nebulizers and tubing.
A built-in holder is a convenient place to store your nebulizer if your treatment is interrupted.
• Maximum compressor pressure – 30 psig
• Compressor free air flow – 12 lpm
• 5-year limited warranty
• Longest lasting compressor on the market with an average product life of 10 years
• Unmatched quality and durability – Great for nursing homes and long-term users
17 × 26 × 27 cm
12 l /min
Particle Size (MMAD)
< 5 µm
Maximum Air Pressure
How does a Pulmo-aide work?
Devilbiss Pulmo-Aide Compressor Nebulizer System works to convert the medication to a high-quality mist of fine particles that penetrates deep into the lungs. It includes an AC-powered air compressor that provides a source of compressed air for home health care use.
What is Pulmoaide?
The DeVilbiss Pulmo-Aide Compact Compressor is a small footprint unit, which allows for therapy at home or can be easily transported for AC use while on the go. ... The Pulmo-Aide Compact is the perfect solution for those patients seeking a quality, effective treatment from a compressor with a small footprint design.
How long does a nebulizer treatment last?
The treatment should last 5-10 minutes. If you put more than one medicine inside the cup, the treatment may last up to 20 minutes. The treatment is over when the white mist stops coming out of the nebulizer, or when the solution starts to sputter.
How many times should you use a nebulizer?
Typically, you use these medicines twice daily. Nebulizers can also deliver quick-relief, or rescue, medicines for asthma attacks. Short-acting beta-agonists are common rescue medicines. There are several of them that come as a nebulizer solution.
Is a nebulizer better than an inhaler?
Both devices are equally effective, though there are advantages and disadvantages to each. For example, inhalers leave more room for user error, but they allow you to act quickly. 1 Nebulizer can't be easily accessed on the go, but can be used for longer durations.
What liquid goes in a nebuliser?
A nebulizer is a device that turns a saline solution (a mixture of water and salt) into a mist, which can then be breathed in through a facemask or mouthpiece.