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How Do Nebulizers Work?

A nebulizer is a tiny breathing apparatus that transforms liquid medication into an inhalable mist, allowing medication to enter the lungs directly for fast absorption. It’s frequently used to make it simpler for individuals with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who might have trouble breathing and using an inhaler to gain quick relief.  Denise Pate, M.D., an internal medicine physician gives us the scoop on what nebulizer may be right for you. Read the article.