2-in-1 Nebulizer with Nasal Shower.
Four seasons, one solution to breathe freely all year round.
Nebulizer and Nasal Shower in one device
Relieves the nose
Efficiently delivers medication to the lungs
Helps to prevent lung problems
Cleans the nose to help prevent escalating to more severe lung problems1
1Gelardi M et al., Pneumologia Pediatrica. 2003;12:8-14
With the changing seasons children can suffer from different respiratory diseases, making it hard to breathe freely.
In spring and summer, hay fever and other allergies are very common, causing a runny nose, sneezing, and also itchy eyes.
In autumn and winter viruses start spreading, which affect the airways, triggering symptoms like a stuffy nose or runny nose, coughing and a sore throat.
The airways from nose to lungs are connected. As a result, infections can spread easily throughout the whole respiratory system. For this reason, keeping the nose clean by regular rinsing helps prevent common colds from escalating into more severe lung problems like bronchitis. It also helps reduce allergy symptoms and improves breathing by reducing nasal congestion.
With the OMRON C102 Total 2-in-1 Nebulizer with Nasal Shower it is easy to help prevent or treat a blocked nose, heavy coughing, allergy reactions or other respiratory problems. It efficiently treats and provides relief for different respiratory diseases throughout the year.
The Nasal Shower can be used with a drug-free saline solution and it only takes 30 seconds to complete the treatment! The Nasal Shower cleans the nasal cavity and helps relieve symptoms of conditions such as common cold, allergic rhinitis or sinusitis. It connects to the compressor and produces a gentle mist, which relieves the nose more delicately than other methods. The large particle size is optimal for the upper airways.
The Nebulizer provides efficient treatment of lower airway diseases such as bronchitis, bronchiolitis, asthma with symptoms such as coughing, sore throat or shortness of breath. The Nebulizer transforms the liquid medication into an aerosol with small particles to assure the medication deposition is deep inside the lungs.