Welcome to our online support service. We hope to provide a platform for questions asked and answered by actual nebuliser users. Questions such as how to choose and get the best out of your nebuliser.

We encourage you to post or ask any product related comments and ideas but please avoid any profanity or leaving your personal contact information such as email or phone numbers.

We look forward to hearing from you and will help where we can.

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

The New Omron C28 P

The Omron C28P although not drastically different in appearance from the C28E still comes in at a great value price. 

The Omron C28P now has a more powerful motor with a higher output and comes supplied with the new and improved VVT neb kit.

The new VVT neb kit has a shorter nebulisation times giving a respirable output rate of 0.5ml/min compared to 0.4ml/min produced by its predecessor, uses minimal parts to nebulise and leaves minimal medication residue in the chamber which means that the entire dose is inhaled by you. It offers everything necessary for efficient drug delivery at a realistic price.

With its simple one button operation, easily assembled and clearly marked parts the Omron C28 P “it does what it says on the tinyou can order and take a look at this ever popular nebuliser by clicking HERE

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Out and about with your travel nebuliser

A hobby is a regular activity or interest that is undertaken for pleasure, typically done during your leisure time. Examples of hobbies include collecting,creative and artistic pursuits, making, tinkering, sports, adult education volunteering and fund raising. Engaging in a hobby can lead to acquiring substantial skill, knowledge and experience. Some of you enjoy participating in competitive hobbies such as athletics, golf, bowling and other team games, socialising or some of you enjoy a quieter pastime such as walking, gardening, travelling or fishing.

The key word is pleasure and hopefully for most of you who have been prescribed a nebuliser, it won’t mean that your favourite hobbies have to come to an end. Indeed for many of you being diagnosed with a chronic chest condition has spurred you on to turn your pleasurable pastime into a fund raising activity to help those who were there to help you.

Priority as always has to be safety and our kindred spirits and useful links have pages of expert guidance to help you. 

Throughout our blog and website you can find red clickable links, personal stories as well as hints and tips to help you choose the most suitable nebuliser to help you continue with your favourite hobby or pastime, be it a nebuliser for the carfor travelling long distancesor a nebuliser to pop in your pocket. You can still attend your book club, visit a gallery or concert, take a walk with the dog or perhaps the more daring of you fancy a a sky dive !

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Have you taken the Triple A Test?

In the UK, asthma kills three people every day, and someone is admitted to hospital with a terrifying and potentially fatal asthma attack every seven minutes, yet spotting and treating early warning signs can prevent asthma attacks and hospital admissions.
As Kate H rightly pointed out May 1st was World Asthma Day. One aspect of this campaign is to encourage people with asthma to stay safe and out of hospital. The Triple A Test from 
Asthma UK could go someway to help you achieve just that.

The Triple A Test is aimed at people with asthma to help them find out their risk of having an asthma attack and advise them what they can do to reduce it. It asks simple questions about factors which have all been independently linked to an increased or highly increased risk of an asthma attack and has so far been taken by over 30,000 people. New data from Asthma UK shows that people with asthma considerably underestimate their risk of having an attack yet, more than a third of people with asthma are at a high risk of a potentially fatal asthma attack and 93% at a higher risk than perhaps they were aware

Six weeks after they had taken the test over half of those who were asked said it had made them think more seriously about their asthma and many had taken steps to change their behaviours, including avoiding their asthma triggers, knowing when to take their medicines and knowing what to do if their symptoms get worse

To take the Triple A Test you can click here:

For independent advice or to read further you can contact Asthma UK here:

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Cystic Fibrosis Week

The 29th April to the 5th May is Cystic Fibrosis Week. Launched by the CF Trust to raise awareness and encourage us all to get involved wether its by sharing your story, raising funds or signing their campaign to end the unfairness of prescription charges for people with CF and other long term conditions.

There are events taking place all over the country ranging from two massive skydive events, with over 100 participants, a national Big Cake Bake and World Record attempts on space hoppers.

You can find out more if you follow the link below

Or you can follow their blog which has lots of information, useful links and personal stories here

The CF Trust believes that everyone living with CF deserves the highest level of care and real hope for the future so click on a link and find out how you can help.