Indications for inhalation

Indications for inhalation therapy

Inhalation therapy is tried-and-tested for chronic respiratory diseases and is becoming an increasingly common treatment for colds in Europe.

Inhalation therapy for your airways

The therapeutic uses of inhalation therapy are varied and range from the prevention and treatment of colds to the treatment of severe respiratory diseases.

  • Inhalation with saline solutions regulates the moisture content of the airways and helps your lungs clean themselves.
  • It is therefore popular with people involved in public speaking, with athletes and with singers.
  • Therapy of cystic fibrosis, COPD, asthma, chronic bronchitis and sinusitis.

Working hard for your airways

One advantage of inhalation therapy with a PARI nebuliser is that the saline solution or the medication can start working directly at the site of the illness, because it doesn’t have to pass through the stomach. A popular treatment for preventing colds is to inhale an isotonic saline solution, such as the PARI NaCl Inhalation Solution. The indications for inhalation therapy are, however, varied. For example, patients with serious diseases like cystic fibrosis, asthma, COPD, chronic bronchitis and sinusitis can inhale saline solutions and medication solutions specifically prescribed by the doctor.

Inhalation therapy – relief for the vocal cords

Have you ever experienced dry vocal cords? Dry vocal cords are an enormous problem, not only for patients with severe respiratory diseases. Teachers, singers, call centre staff, actors and trainers who all have to use their voices extensively at work often have scratchy voices, a dry cough and are more susceptible to colds. Nebuliser therapy with an isotonic saline solution, such as the PARI NaCl Inhalation Solution can help the vocal cords to recover and can prevent diseases. Isotonic saline solutions, also called physiological saline solutions, are designed to match the salt content of our bodily fluids. 

Inhalation therapy – gaining popularity among parents with young children

Nebulising isotonic and slightly hypertonic (higher salt content) saline solutions can be used even for infants and preschoolers. We all know children get a lot of colds and coughs. Saline solutions soothe your child’s airways, cleanse and calm the mucous membranes and can, depending on the salt content, liquefy mucus and make it easier to expel. If your child has to inhale medications, only very small doses are needed compared to taking tablets, because inhalation therapy acts locally and directly in the bronchial tubes. For the small airways of children, the small aerosol droplets as produced, for example, by the PARI JuniorBOY SX are especially beneficial.

Advantages of nebuliser therapy

Advantages of nebuliser therapy

Inhalation is fast and very easy to do. Combine physiotherapy with inhalation and save time.

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A young mother helps her daughter inhale with a PARI Compact2 inhalation device

Using nebulisers with children

Using nebulisers correctly with children requires time, a calm environment and sometimes even a soft toy. For the treatment to be successful, a positive experience is key.

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PARI Compact2


Proven effective in the treatment of diseases of the lower airways.


How to use a nebuliser

Using a nebuliser is easy: Sit upright in front of the device, but make sure you are still comfortable and relaxed. Now switch on the device and take calm breaths.

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Mouthpiece or mask

Soft nebuliser masks make it possible to treat even the tiniest patients.

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