Aerogen Ultra - Vibrating Mesh Nebulisation System
Delivering inhaled medication, faster and more effectively.2,3,4
The Aerogen® Ultra is an accessory specific to the Aerogen Solo nebuliser. It facilitates intermittent and continuous nebulisation, with optional supply of supplemental oxygen to paediatric and adult patients via mouthpiece. The device can alternatively be used with a face mask, as supplied.
It is a single patient use device which is qualified for 20 intermittent use treatments (at a rate of four 3 ml doses per day over 5 days) or 3 hours of continuous use.
For continuous use, the Aerogen Ultra can be used in conjunction with the Aerogen Solo Continuous Nebulization Tube Set.
Optimal aerosol delivery is achieved with valved mouthpiece or valved aerosol face mask with low/no oxygen flow.
The Aerogen Ultra is for use in spontaneous and conscious breathing patients only.
- An all-in-one solution for convenience and savings
- Offers a hands-free, high performance aerosol drug delivery system which provides optimal patient care
- Operates with ventilated and nonventilated patients when coupled with the Aerogen Ultra
- Does not heat or degrade medication
Post Ventilation Care
For patients inhalation treatments after ventilation, the Aerogen Ultra is a handheld device designed to enable the Aerogen Solo to deliver optimal aerosol therapy2 and can be used during the weaning process.1
For patient’s requiring fast and effective inhalation medication delivery during exacerbations, the Aerogen Ultra delivers inhaled medication faster than traditional methods such as jet nebulization.2,4
Better Lung Deposition
The Aerogen Ultra, with an innovative aerosol chamber, effectively delivers inhaled medication to the patient.2
Simple & Quiet
Easy to set up and virtually silent operation, the Aerogen Ultra can be used with a mouthpiece or mask, with or without O2 depending on the patient treatment needs.1
1. Aerogen Instruction Manual 2. Dugernier J, Hesse M, Vanbever R, Depoortere V, Roeseler J, Michotte JB et al. SPECT-CT Comparison of Lung Deposition using a System combining a Vibrating-mesh Nebulizer with a Valved Holding Chamber and a Conventional Jet Nebulizer: a Randomized Cross-over Study. Pharm Res 2017; 34: 290–300
3. Dunne RB, Shortt S. Comparison of bronchodilator administration with vibrating mesh nebulizer and standard jet nebulizer in the emergency department. Am J Emerg Med 2018; 4: 641–646. 7 4. Hickin S, Mac Loughlin R, Sweeney L, Tatham A, Gidwani S. Comparison of mesh nebulizer versus jet nebulizer in simulated adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Poster Coll Emerg Med Clin Excell Conf 2014. 5. Data on file