Yes, there is no technical reason that means it is not possible to use the JuniorBOY SX compressor with adult patients; the important decision is which nebuliser chamber is attached to the tubing!
PARI offers several different nebuliser systems, all of which are adapted to the anatomy of the airways of different patient groups. In order to treat the lower airways effectively, it is important to create a droplet spectrum that is appropriate for the respective age group and target areas. Normally, an adult would use the LC SPRINT Nebuliser (blue nozzle insert) for inhaling. But the correct nebuliser is determined not only by the patient's age but also by the indication.
Some medications should ideally be deposited in the peripheral regions of the lungs, others in the central region. The choice of the most suitable nebuliser therefore depends on the lung region in which treatment is to be concentrated. The nebulisers produce progressively finer aerosols, starting with the LC SPRINT Junior Nebuliser (yellow nozzle insert) and ending with the LC SPRINT STAR Nebuliser (red nozzle insert). If one is targeting the peripheral regions of the lungs, and/or if the patient's airways are severely obstructed, the PARI LC SPRINT Junior Nebuliser or LC SPRINT STAR Nebuliser may be capable of providing treatment more efficiently for an adult than the LC SPRINT Nebuliser.