An Aerolizer consists of a plastic device to inhale medication. Its portable size, efficiency and convenience makes it easier to use.
The Aerolizer consists of the following parts:
1. Dust Cap
The dust cap protects the mouthpiece from contamination. Always keep the dust cap on the mouthpiece when the inhaler is not in use.
2. The Base
The base of the Aerolizer consists of a mouthpiece, capsule piercing buttons, air inlet channel and a capsule chamber
The mouthpiece is elongated shaped and is kept in the mouth to inhale the medicine. Rotating the mouthpiece reveals the capsule chamber that is housed within the base.
4. Capsule Piercing Buttons
These buttons when pressed pierces the capsule within the capsule chamber and releases the medicine to be inhaled.
5. Air Inlet Channel
The air inlet channel facilitates drawing of medicine from the mouthpiece
6. Capsule Chamber
The capsule chamber is housed within the base of the inhaler. Twisting the mouthpiece reveals this chamber. Capsules should be placed within this chamber before inhaling your medicine. Always discard the capsule after use and never store a capsule within this chamber.
Use the interactive widget below to view the Aerolizer in various angles. Click and drag the mouse pointer or use directional controls to rotate the inhaler. Alternatively you may swipe your finger on the inhaler if you are viewing this on your phone/ tablet