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Many of your uncontrolled COPD patients may be candidates for nebulized therapy

Poor inhaler technique may lead to inadequate drug delivery8-10

Consider nebulized therapy for patients with challenges using handheld inhalers:


Time to rethink the role of nebulization in maintenance therapy

A user-friendly option for COPD patients:2*

  • Nebulizers require only normal tidal breathing and no inspiratory force3-5
  • No hand-breath coordination needed3,6
  • Today’s nebulizers include compact, portable, and economical options7

Patient confidence level with medication delivery devices3

  • Results of a quantitative, web-based, descriptive, cross-sectional survey of 499 patients with COPD in the United States
  • 61% to 69% of surveyed patients believed that they used their device correctly all the time; patients using small-volume nebulizers were the most confident3

Jet nebulizers are commonly available

  • Considered standard among all nebulizer types2
  • About 45% of all COPD patients already have one at home4
  • Most are 100% covered as durable medical equipment (DME) under Medicare Part B

* Like all other nebulized treatments, the amount delivered to the lungs will depend on patient factors, the nebulization system used, and compressor performance.