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.

Saturday, 16 April 2016

Lung health, Lung help

We are always blogging about our kindred spirits and useful links such as Asthma UK, the British Lung Foundation, the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Voice 20-20 cancer
Why? Because everyday we speak to people who are lost, confused and overwhelmed by their diagnosis. Our kindred spirits are the experts. Expert clinical professionals as well as expert patients. The members of these organisations work tirelessly on your behalf and are there to share their knowledge, support you through your difficulties and help you find solutions, so why not click on a link and see what they have to offer. 

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust are campaigning hard for a life unlimited by cystic fibrosis for everyone affected by the condition and you can find out how they hope to make this a reality and how you can make a difference by clicking HERE
They are determined to ensure that people with Cystic Fibrosis have access to life changing treatments and you can find out more and join their campaign  by clicking HERE
Cystic fibrosis should not be a barrier that stops you from living the life you want. The Cystic Fibrosis Trust are there to provide high quality trusted information and assist those who need them most. 
Why not click on a link to find out just how you can learn more, find a friend and get involved. 

Monday, 11 April 2016

Needing a Portable Nebuliser?

If you're looking for a versatile portable nebuliser then look no further than the the Pari Mini
You can read about the difference between the Pari Mini and the the Pari Boy Mobile  by clicking HERE and if you're wondering just who Pari are have a look HERE
Why do we like the Pari Mini so much?
The Pari Mini comes in to its own in many different ways. Are you looking for a lightweight, robust compressor which can nebuliser medications such as antibiotics? It's dual voltage so will take you worldwide. Do you only need a 12 V car lead? Do you only want to buy it with a rechargeable battery? With the Pari Mini you get to pick and mix you can see it HERE 
For those of you who need a tracheostomy or laryngectomy mask Pari have one of these too and it's listed HERE
Not convinced? Whatever you're nebuliser needs have a look round our blog and our website http://www.evergreen-nebulizers.co.uk. Nebulisers come in all different shapes and sizes to fit your needs, there are plenty of options and if you need our help to get out and about you can call us 
01942 701210 or email HERE 

Thursday, 7 April 2016

Philips Nebuliser and COPD : Ken's story

Over the years I have struggled with constant chest infections, but for some reason, I could not get rid of them. Last  year we got a new family doctor, who had me on antibiotics, and looked back on my notes, he realised that I was getting the same sputum test results back each time.  
This was a pneumonia influenza bug, which would not go away no matter what they threw at it. The doctor said that this bug was obviously deep inside the lungs, in a place where the antibiotics could not reach. I explained that I had been in hospital with Pneumonia in 2001, and we wondered if all these infections were caused by something that had never cleared 

I also spoke about the wheezing and the distressing cough, which started  as soon as I got up each day.
The volume of mucus coming up each day was quite frightening and hurt quite a lot because I had cracked a rib, by coughing so much. In the end we discussed a nebuliser, in the hope that it would remove anything which was stuck deep inside the lungs.   
We were given the medication to use with the nebuliser, but the medical practice said that we could only borrow a portable machine for two weeks, and would need to buy our own machine, I had used one of these in hospital, but in all honesty neither my wife or I knew anything about them apart from that. We took the machine home, and the next day we asked I the local chemists about where we could buy something like this. The chemists shop did buy them in but suggested that we looked on line.  
After searching the web we came to Evergreen Nebulisers, which was based in Wigan. My wife then rang up and spoke to one of the sales people, who were very supportive and helpful. The following week wife rang back to order out own machine, and it was delivered within 24 hours.  

After using this nebulisers or 10 days I realised that I could breathe properly and was not coughing as much as I had been. I have now stopped using the machine for a while, because I have now got rid of most of the mucus and no longer sound like a pair of bagpipes with holes in the wrong place.  
I confess that I am truly amazed at the difference in my chest, and would recommend anyone with COPD to discuss getting one of these machines for home use. I would also highly recommend EverGreen Nebulisers, because they are so helpful and supportive.  
Ken is a wonderful gentleman who battles with multiple medical conditions and you can read how he remains positive and follow his blog HERE

Sunday, 3 April 2016

Portable nebulisers for high days and holidays

There is no doubt that a mains only nebuliser can help to improve your well being when recommended appropriately by your health professional. Ken has just bought his Innospire Deluxe and you can read his comments HERE
Ken struggles with multiple medical conditions and should be an inspiration to us all. You can follow his blog by clicking on this link http://linkis.com/blogspot.com/6mWbf

Choosing a nebuliser for out and about can appear a little trickier but the same rules apply. Just consider which medication you will be nebulising? How often you need your therapy? And exactly where you are planning on going? For some of you its mountain tops, for others it's the village shop. 

There are loads of clickable links throughout this blog. You have our useful links and kindred spirits standing by, our web page, our email and our phone number 01942 701210.  So what's to stop you? Why not book that holiday?