Disposable and Reusable Nebulizer
The InnoSpire Elegance Nebulizer uses aerosol to administer medicine to users in mist form. This product is compliant with regulated standards for international safety.
Fast Medicine Delivery
The InnoSpire provides quick and efficient medicine to users in a compact and intuitive nebulizer. This product comes with a docking station for stability and a handset for your convenience.
Disposable and Reusable
If you've ever questioned whether you should use a disposable or a reusable nebulizer, stop wondering, and try both. This offer comes with a disposable nebulizer, which lasts for approximately two weeks, and a reusable nebulizer that can hygienically deliver medicine for up to six months.
- Optimally delivers medicine quickly and efficiently
- Limited pressure
- Easy to use
- Includes both the reusable and disposable nebulizers
The disposable nebulizer lasts for approximately 2 weeks, while the reusable nebulizer has a lifespan of roughly 6 months.
Introduction to InnoSpire
What is this nebulizer's maximum pressure?
The maximum pressure is 44 psi.
Do I need this for my CPAP?
No, this is a nebulizer. It is for administering medicine and is not a standard part of CPAP therapy.
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I bought one of these as it looked more compact that the one I have, and I liked the idea of not having to use a mask.
As I have travelled extensively with my CPAP machine, including the one I bought from Respshop that it never occurred to me that a nebuliser would not have the same level of international usability. I can not understand why a CPAP machine would have 110-240 voltage but a nebuliser doesn't. Surely people who use nebulisers regularly need to take them when they travel. I don't need to use mine regularly, only when I get chest infections, so I only now went to use my new one. I got a shock when I realised that it doesn't work with 240V.
Seriously NOT impressed! How do people who travel internationally cope?
This doesn't make sense.
I'm so glad I could purchase this. My local provider guided me to them out of good-will because I need to take my medication in the form of a mist. I like that it is reusable because it can get expensive buying this machine over and over again. I would recommend looking into it with your doctor if you plan to use this but I really enjoy it.