What is The Principle of Nebulizer？
There are two main nebulizer principles used, one is an ultrasonic nebulizer, and the other is a compression nebulizer.
The principle of the ultrasonic nebulizer is to use electronic high-frequency oscillation (the oscillation frequency is 1.7MHz or 2.4MHz, which exceeds the range of human hearing, and the electronic oscillation is absolutely harmless to the human body and animals), through the high-frequency resonance of the ceramic nebulizer, Disperse the molecular structure of liquid water to generate a natural and elegant water mist without heating or adding any chemical reagents.
The principle of the compressed nebulizer is to use compressed air to form a high-speed airflow through a small nozzle, and the generated negative pressure drives the liquid or other fluids to be sprayed onto the barrier, and splashes around under the high-speed impact to turn the droplets into mist-like particles ejected from the outlet pipe.
Depending on the type of nebulizer, the suitable way to use it is different. For example, the compressed nebulizer can inhale a suitable amount of nebulization during the relative treatment time, and it is not easy to cause the mucous membrane of the inner wall of the trachea to swell, causing tracheal blockage and atomization. The particles are ultra-fine, and are not easy to collide and combine. The human body is comfortable to inhale, and can enter the trachea such as the bronchi and lungs. Small and uniform (diameter below 5μm), the liquid medicine is inhaled into the terminal bronchi and alveoli with deep and slow inhalation, suitable for people with weak breathing!