Is Nebulisation Safe For Kids?

by Manya Verma Health care and lifestyle

Kids are usually sensitive towards change in weather. This change may trigger various kinds of cold and flu. Parents find it unbearable to see bad health condition of their little ones. Almost all the flu has similar symptoms and reactions that may be a discomforting situation for your child. As the patient feels congested in the chest area, the best pediatrician in Panchkula recommends nebulizing to get a relief. But most of the patients are curious to know whether it is a safe option for kids suffering from cough and cold?

There are various questions that are associated with nebulizing the kids. Here are a few most common questions that will help you learn a lot about this treatment.

·        Which medicine works best with nebulizing? - If you are nebulizing your child, make sure to pour the prescribed medicine in the required quantity. The medicine comes out in the form of a mist which is inhaled by the patient. It can either be used in the form of a medicated liquid or a non-medicated liquid form. A medicated form is used when a patient is suffering from COPD, cystic fibrosis, asthma or allergic rhinitis, whereas, a non-medicated is used during dry nose or when moistening the mucous membrane.

·        How does it work? – The nebulizer converts the medicine poured in it in the form of mist and is dispersed in the form of water droplets. This is mist is inhaled by the patient.

·        Is it safe for the kids? – It is a pre-conceived notion that a nebulizer can only be used by an adult. However, a pediatrician in Panchkula has confirmed that it is just a misconception. A nebulizer works as a safe way to medicate a patient. This helps in eliminating the congestion effortlessly.

Consult the best pediatrician in Panchkula if your child does not recover from the infection. Look for the best hospital in Panchkula if you are in the town. Search for the best pediatrician in Chandigarh otherwise for further help.

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