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Thursday, 3 February 2011

Micro Air & Mesh Cap Technology. What's that all about?

In the MicroAir U22, aerosol  is generated by pushing liquid medication through fine holes in the newly developed metal alloy mesh. This is realised by a titanium vibrator, oscillating at high frequency. 
Precisely !
So, what does all that mean? Who knows ? But what it can mean in real terms is more independence and an opportunity for you to take back control of your life at a very affordable price. You can check it out by clicking HERE
Weighing about 5 ounces and that's including 2 AA batteries, it will fit into a pocket or handbag so you can take it just about anywhere. It's discreet, effective and virtually silent. So,if your New Years Resolution  was that long awaited holiday or just a trip to Tesco the MicroAir U22 could help you on your way. 
Is this beginning to sound like an advert ? Is it too good to be true? Well not really. Not for many many people.

 David emailed to say "Thanks for the great service. I received the Omron U22 this morning, what a difference it is in weight and size compared to the ones I have bought over the past 25 years, which is all the more important with weight restrictions on planes." and Peter commented  
"This Nebulizer gave Ellen the freedom she did not have before and also more quality of life."
and Kate posted to say   she found the confidence with "her MicroAir and Epipen to travel again", even as far as the "Falklands and Ascension Islands"

However as with everything there are a few limitations. 
The Mesh Cap itself can be expensive to replace and needs gentle handling when cleaning. 

The MicroAir U22 has an optional mains adaptor and runs well on regular quality AA batteries as well as rechargeable, but this may mean having to spend more. Unfortunately its not suitable for all medications and can’t be used "hands free"
But please don’t give up your ambitions just yet, if the MicroAir doesn’t fit the bill, or you are still unsure, there are lots of portable nebulisers which you can find HERE to choose, and many organisations offering advice to help make life more accessible for you.

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