September 6, 2018 Source: Ddu 254
Ultrasonic nebulizers deliver liquid type medicines to patients with high frequency. On applying high frequency, the liquid drug will turn into a mist which would be inhaled by the patient via a mouthpiece or mask. Ultrasonic nebulizers are used to treat respiratory disorders like asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). They are also used for administering anesthesia to the patient. It can effectively save a physician’s time and eliminates the use of unnecessary instruments for breathing.
On the basis of size, ultrasonic nebulizer wholesalers divide their products into small volume and large volume nebulizers. Both rechargeable and non-rechargeable types are also available and can be used in clinics, hospitals and ambulatory services.
Factors like the rapid rise in pollution, respiratory disorders, aging population and user-friendly enhancements in terms of performance, drive the market of home health equipment like ultrasonic nebulizers. According to Goldstein research, the ultrasonic nebulizer suppliers market on a global level will reach USD 0.45 billion by 2024, with an annual growth rate of 6.24%. Emerging regions such as the Asian Pacific region, Africa and the Middle East are witnessing and increase in the availability of more ultrasonic nebulizers factories.
Knowing the trends and needs, our Drugdu.com (Ddu) team has collaborated with China-based top ultrasonic nebulizer manufacturers like Biobase Biodustry and Simzo Electronic Technology Ltd. for the supply of battery enabled, compact and portable ultrasonic nebulizers with an automatic shutdown feature.By Ddu
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