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Aerogen is THE ONLY closed circuit aerosol drug delivery system that mitigates the transmission of patient generated infectious aerosol 3,4 and delivers effective aerosol treatment.4,5,6

The Aerogen Solo puts you in control ensuring confidence and consistency of patient care.

How does it work?

Product Features

Flexible

Operates with ventilated and non-ventilated patients.

Ease Of Use

Powered by the Aerogen Pro-X Controller for continuous use or the Aerogen USB Controller for intermittent use

Versatile

Does not heat or degrade medication.Suitable for solutions, suspensions, proteins and peptides.

Economical

Single patient use for up to 28 days intermittent or 7 days continuous.

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    Why Aerogen?

    Improved patient response to treatment⁷
    Fewer treatments and increased throughput¹
    Sustained improvement levels over time⁷

    References

    1. Dunne RB and Shortt S. Comparison of bronchodilator administration with vibrating-mesh nebulizer and standard jet nebulizer in the emergency department. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2018;36(4):641-646.
    2. Aerogen Internal data on file, Aug 2020
    3. Aerogen Solo System Instruction Manual. Aerogen Ltd.
    4. Ari, A. (2020). Practical strategies for a safe and effective delivery of aerosolized medications to patients with COVID-19. In Respiratory Medicine (Vol. 167). W.B. Saunders Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rmed.2020.105987
    5. Dugernier J, Reychler G, Wittebole X, Roeseler J, Depoortere V, Sottiaux T, et al. Aerosol delivery with two ventilation modes during mechanical ventilation: a randomized study. Ann Intensive Care [Internet]. 2016/07/23. 2016 Dec [cited 2018 Oct 5];6(1):73. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27447788
    6. MacIntyre NR, Silver RM, Miller CW, Schuler F, Coleman RE. Aerosol delivery in intubated, mechanically ventilated patients. Crit Care Med [Internet]. 1985/02/01. 1985 Feb [cited 2019 Apr 17];13(2):81–4. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/39675081
    7. Chweich H et al. Effect on Airflow of Bronchodilator Therapy Delivered via Vibrating-Mesh versus Jet Nebulisers in Acute Asthmatics in an Emergency Department. Poster at ATS. 2019.
    8. Dugernier J 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. Pharmaceutical Research. 2017;34:290-300.