Best Pediatric Nebulizer Machines of 2021

Nebulizers

Pediatric nebulizers provide children relief from the symptoms of respiratory illnesses such as asthma. Many children can learn to operate the nebulizers themselves, giving them the independence to manage a respiratory condition on their own. Review the latest brand features and benefits when choosing the best pediatric nebulizer machines for 2021.

FeaturesPhilips Respironics Willis the Whale Compressor Nebulizer SystemSami the Seal NebulizerRoscoe Dinosaur Pediatric Nebulizer SystemRoscoe Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer System
Weight3.5 pounds < 4 pounds2.85 pounds3.4 pounds
Max Pressure43.5 PSI30 PSI42 PSI42 PSI
Average Liter Flow6LPM6 LPM8LPM8 LPM
Warranty5 years5 years5 years5 years

Philips Respironics Willis the Whale Compressor Nebulizer

Willis The Whale Pediatric Nebulizer Machine

Dimensions

11×7.5×5.5 inches

Particle Size

 <5 microns

Features & Benefits

  • 3.5 pounds
  • Kid-friendly design
  • Fast, efficient treatment
  • 5-year warranty

Our Verdict

The engaging red whale design keeps kids engaged during a nebulizer treatment. This pediatric nebulizer machine is lightweight and perfect for family vacations delivering quick treatments so kids can go back to play. 

Sami the Seal Pediatric Nebulizer Machine

Sami the Seal Pediatric Nebulizer Machine

Dimensions

10.5″ x 6.1″ x 8.9″

Particle Size     

<5 microns

Features & Benefits

  • Child-friendly design
  • Treatments in 6-8 minutes per dose
  • Less than 4 pounds
  • 5-year warranty

Our Verdict

The versatile kid-friendly design of the Sami the Seal Pediatric nebulizer Machine uses Venturi technology to ensure the effective delivery of medicine. Kids will especially love the Tucker the Turtle face mask. 

Roscoe Dinosaur Pediatric Nebulizer Machine

Roscoe Dinosaur Pediatric Nebulizer Machine

Dimensions

4.06″ (L) x 11.42″ (W) x 5.2″ (H)

Particle Size     

<5 microns

Features & Benefits

  • Lightweight
  • Fast, efficient treatment times
  • Kid-Friendly Dinosaur Design
  • 5-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty

Our Verdict

The toy-like design of the Roscoe pediatric nebulizer machine helps reduce anxiety for kids when it comes to respiratory therapy. Medicine is delivered in less than 10 minutes and a built-in handle makes it easy to transport. 

Roscoe Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer System

Roscoe Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer Machine

Dimensions

8.78″ (L) x 5.4″ (W) x 9″ (H)

Particle Size     

<5 microns

Features & Benefits

  • Most treatments in 10 minutes
  • Reduces anxiety of treatment with friendly-design
  • Built-in carrying handle and nebulizer docking port

Our Verdict

The cute bunny design helps ease the tension of respiratory therapy. Moreover, the nebulizer is quiet, lightweight, and easy to transport. Perfect for keeping consistent treatments on family vacations and getaways. 

Pediatric Nebulizer Machine Buying Guide

Still unsure about which is the best pediatric nebulizer machine for your child? Follow the tips and recommendations below to get the best device for your child.

Speed of Medication Delivery

Fast, effective treatment times are an important factor to consider when buying a pediatric nebulizer machine. Most devices deliver medicine in less than 10 minutes. Be sure to find a device that will deliver medicine to your child quickly.

Noise

A noisy nebulizer can be scary and upset small children. Check decibel levels to find models that perform quietly.

Availability

Check to make sure a preferred home nebulizer is in stock with your retailer. At The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop, we maintain inventory of hundreds of respiratory products for both children and adults.

Price and Warranty Period

Compare prices and warranties to get an affordable nebulizer backed by the manufacturer.

Who Needs a Pediatric Nebulizer?

Pediatric nebulizers are suitable treatment for children with a respiratory illness such as asthma.

How Often Can I Use a Pediatric Nebulizer?

Contact your doctor to discuss specific treatment needs and prescription dosing.

Is a Nebulizer Covered by Insurance?

Many health insurance policies will cover a nebulizer. Check with your specific provider for more details. 

Are There any Side Effects from Using a Nebulizer?

Common side effects may include sneezing or stuffy nose, coughing, or mild wheezing. 

For more information, additional questions, or support contact the knowledgeable customer care team at The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop today. Call 888-941-1688 or email contact@oxygenconcentratorsupplies.com.