Ultrasonic respiratory devices are used in particular to aid with various respiratory conditions including asthma, COPD, lung cancer, and other forms of health conditions that directly affect a person’s breathing. The most common and effective device is a nebulizer which has been used by millions of people around the globe as the premier health product for delivering asthma medication. In particular, a nebulizer is made specifically to administer Albuterol which is the most effective asthma prescription in vapor form so that it can be easily breathed in through the lungs. The obvious benefit to this is the fact that when it is breathed in it will start to work far more quickly and will be able to provide faster relief than if it were to be ingested. Although this line of devices went through quite a dramatic transformation through the decades it still has much room for growth and innovation.
The future for ultrasonic respiratory devices such as a nebulizer lies in no ways of transforming prescription medicine in to vapor form. Currently there are two methods of completing this rather complicated task. The first way is whereby compressed air is passed through the liquid medicine and thus changing it into mist form that can then be breathed in. The other way that this can occur is essentially where ultrasonic waves are passed through the liquid and as a result it changes it into mist form. Either is effective but there are differences in the overall speed at which they do this task as well as the portability of them. The future of these products will actually be newer and more effective methods that will produce the most percentage of medicine to be taken at less time, but still taking into consideration the need for portability and mobility that is so desired.