Pediatric Nebulizer Machine For Kids
- Sunset Sunny the Bear Pediatric Compressor NebulizerSpecial Price $35.00 Regular Price $49.99Temporary price reductionSave 30%
- Average nebulization rate of 0.3-0.4 ml/min for fast treatment times
- Child-friendly design to reduce intimidation
- Lightweight and portable—only 2.75 lbs!
- Blue Jay Medical Mr. Blue Bear Pediatric Compressor Nebulizer$44.99
- Quiet Operation
- Lightweight And Easy To Carry
- Child-Friendly Design Reduces Anxiety
- Sunset Pediatric Compressor Basketball NebulizerSpecial Price $35.00 Regular Price $49.99Temporary price reductionSave 30%
- Fast treatment time—average mobilization rate > 0.15 ml/min
- Lightweight—weighs 3.3 bs!
- Child-friendly design to appeal to kids
- Panda Pediatric Compressor NebulizerSpecial Price $40.99 Regular Price $55.64Temporary price reductionSave 26%
- Piston-driven compressor with child-friendly design
- Compatible with 3 methods of aerosol delivery: angled mouthpiece, child mask, and infant pacifier
- 3-year limited warranty
- Sunset Pediatric Gordon the Fish Compressor Nebulizer$40.99
- Child-friendly design to encourage therapy compliance
- Easy to replace filter
- Not Made With Natural Rubber Latex
- Powerful piston pump is efficient, dependable, and quiet
- MABIS Steam Inhaler Vaporizer with Aromatherapy Diffuser$62.72
- Keeps airways clean, reduces throat infection and prevents common colds, allergies, bronchitis, asthma, coughs, flu and sinus infections
- Adjustable steam control
- Delivers inhalation therapy in 6-9 minutes
- Philips Willis the Whale Nebulizer SystemSpecial Price $49.99 Regular Price $64.99Temporary price reductionSave 23%
- 3.5 pounds
- Kid-friendly design
- Fast, efficient treatment
- 5-year warranty
- Sunset Portable Mesh Nebulizer with Rechargeable BatterySpecial Price $99.00 Regular Price $129.99Temporary price reductionSave 24%
- Best nebulizer for daily use
- Weighs only 0.25 lbs and fits in the palm of the hand
- Powerful and fast—maximum nebulization rate of 0.9ml per minute
- Omron CompAir Compressor Nebulizer for KidsSpecial Price $39.99 Regular Price $45.99Temporary price reductionSave 13%
- Small & lightweight
- Super quiet
- Multiple masks
- Designed for children
- Roscoe Dinosaur Pediatric Nebulizer SystemSpecial Price $34.99 Regular Price $49.99Temporary price reductionSave 30%
- Fast, efficient treatment times
- Kid-Friendly Dinosaur Design
- 5-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
- Roscoe Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer SystemSpecial Price $34.99 Regular Price $49.99Temporary price reductionSave 30%
- Most treatments in 10 minutes
- Reduces anxiety of treatment with friendly-design
- Built-in carrying handle and nebulizer docking port
- Get support from experts
Frequently Asked Questions On Nebulizers For Infants
How Do You Use a Pediatric Nebulizer Machine And Mask?
Nebulizers turn liquid medicines into a fine vapor, which is then inhaled through a mouthpiece or face mask into the lungs. There are many different types of nebulizers, including the more cumbersome jet nebulizers, portable mesh nebulizers, and pediatric nebulizers. Pediatric nebulizers are designed for children with chronic respiratory illnesses, such as asthma. Some home nebulizers have fun designs that help keep your child distracted during therapy. Others are compact and portable, allowing your child to receive their treatment anywhere. At The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop, we sell a wide variety of nebulizers including ones tailored for children.
What are the Signs that Your Infant Needs a Nebulizer?
Some signs that your child needs a nebulizer are shortness of breath, swelling in your child's airway, wheezing, and frequent coughing. These symptoms might be helped with breathing therapy or a nebulizer for infants. Common causes for these symptoms include:
- Severe respiratory conditions, such as asthma.
- Certain lung illnesses like pneumonia.
- Allergies to particular pollutants or particles.
Is a Prescription Required for a Pediatric Nebulizer Machine?
No, you do not need a doctor's prescription for a pediatric nebulizer.
When Should You Use a Pediatric Nebulizer Machine For Kids?
For children with serious respiratory difficulties, nebulizers are a safe choice to easily and effectively deliver prescribed medications. Even congested infants can use a pediatric nebulizer to help them breathe easier. To determine your child’s specific needs, consult their doctor.
Is it OK to Use a Kid's Nebulizer Machine Every Day?
Your doctor will prescribe the frequency of use. You can attach a mouthpiece or a face mask when using the nebulizer. Inhale the prescribed medication dose as directed by the doctor, which the nebulizer disperses into your lungs. The usual frequency of nebulization use ranges from 3 to 4 times a day as required. Each process takes from 5 to 15 minutes depending on the amount of medication and the seriousness of the respiratory condition.
Please note: Never allow the child to drink the medication solution.
How Many Minutes Should You Use a Nebulizer Machine For Kids?
Treatment time may vary depending on the dosage of medication prescribed by your child’s doctor. Most nebulizers deliver medicine treatment times between 5 and 15 minutes.
How To Use a Pediatric Nebulizer Machine?
To use the nebulizer on a child or infant:
- Thoroughly wash your hands to make sure they are dry.
- Collect the pieces of the pediatric nebulizer, mask, and tubing so they are ready to assemble.
- Load the medicine cup with the prescribed drug dose and firmly shut the medicine cup.
- Attach the nebulizer to one end of the tube and the other end to the medicine cup.
- Place the mask over the baby's or child’s face to ensure the seal is secure.
- Plug the nebulizer in and turn it on. The mist needs to surface. It can take as long as 15 minutes for some nebulizers to administer the drug. When the medicine cup is empty, turn the machine off.
- Wash the mouthpiece or mask and the medicine cup in warm soapy water and air dry.
- Store in a safe spot after drying.
Can I Use A Nebulizer For My Child?
To deliver asthma medication deep into the lungs, a nebulizer machine can be used. There are different types of nebulizers that are specially designed for kids which will help them receive efficient treatment. Children under the age of 6 can use a mask to treat their asthma, while those over 6 years can use a mouthpiece to manage their condition.
Can Kids Use Saline In Pediatric Nebulizers?
Yes, kids typically breathe in a 0.9% saline solution. As kids age, they can inhale a combination of the 0.9% solution to a 3% saline solution if there is a lot of mucus. Most children use their nebulizers for around 10 minutes at a time.
Where Can I Get A Portable Pediatric Nebulizer Machine?
In addition to the online store, the Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop’s brick-and-mortar store sells nebulizers for infants. Our store can be found in West Berlin, New Jersey at 159 Cooper Road, Suite 2. We provide a wide range of oxygen concentrators, nebulizers, supplies, and accessories.
Call us at 888-941-1688 if you have any questions about nebulizers, oxygen concentrators, or other accessories that are offered. Any inquiries you may have will be promptly addressed by our experts, who can also assist you in selecting the appropriate supplies.