Nebulizers For Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a respiratory condition that causes breathing problems and other health issues. This condition affects about 35,000 people in the United States.

CF causes thick, sticky mucus that blocks airways and leads to lung damage. The mucus traps germs, thereby increasing the risk of infections. Abnormal mucus can also interfere with the body’s ability to absorb nutrients from food.

While there is no cure for CF, using a nebulizer can help control respiratory symptoms. Nebulizers help patients get the most out oftheir inhaled treatments by turning medication into a breathable mist that is then delivered directly to their lungs. Patients inhale this aerosolized medicine through a mask or handheld mouthpiece. These medications help clear mucus and manage chronic lung infections.

Nebulizers for Adults with CF

At Nebology, our adult nebulizers have a sophisticated, streamlined appearance. We designed our adult masks and mouthpieces to fit comfortably and deliver treatment more effectively and efficiently than other nebulizers.

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Nebulizers for Children with CF

Most children with cystic fibrosis are diagnosed by the time they are two years old, although someone with a mild form might not receive a diagnosis until they are a teen.  A clinically-proven PARI nebulizer can also ensure that pediatric patients get the most out of their cystic fibrosis treatments. Nebology’s selection of kid’s nebulizer machines, masks, easy-to-use holding chambers, and other accessories make treatment time shorter, easier, and more comfortable for children. All our children’s nebulizers make treating their CF symptoms comfortable and more efficient. Our portable nebulizers also make it easier to treat your child’s CF  on the go!

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Frequently Asked Questions
Nebology supplies a variety of PARI nebulizer systems that help manage symptoms in adults and children with cystic fibrosis. We also offer nebulizer filters, replacement parts, and accessories.
Yes, federal law requires a prescription to purchase nebulizers. Contact us for questions about your prescription.

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