Historical pictures: The PARI BOY journey. Part 2


From spa bath to recognised therapy. The history of the PARI BOY leads through from room nebulisers to what we know today as the PARI BOY, which has become the epitome of inhalation therapy.


Procedures for inhalation were studied as early as 1920. A universally applicable correlation between droplet size and precipitation location was discovered. Not quite as convenient as nowadays – what was known as the “PARI Room Nebuliser” did actually produce a high quality and therapeutically effective aerosol.


The “PARI nozzle“ was patented in 1953. Even today this remains at the heart of almost all PARI nebulisers and determines the droplet size of the aerosol. This development continued relentlessly over the years and more and more PARI products have been brought to the market, each of which represented the pinnacle of technology and quality at that time – as does the PARI BOY today.


In 1952 the “Zeitschrift für Aerosol-Forschung und –Therapie” (Journal for aerosol research and therapy) became the first German medium to do justice to the particular significance of aerosology – even beyond the borders of Germany. The scientific studies, the advances in aerosology, and the new treatment options – all these paved the way for the current PARI BOY.


This is what the early production rooms looked like in 1950s:


An article written by the PARI BLOG editorial team.

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