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Stop that cough from darkening your day.

Treat coughs at home with an OMRON nebuliser, and breathe easy this winter.


An effective way to help relieve that cough irritation every winter. A nebuliser is a little machine that helps you to breathe medication in as a fine mist, efficiently delivering it to your lungs, where it’s needed, to relieve symptoms of cough and colds from the comfort of your home.1 Learn how to stop a cough with the help of an OMRON nebuliser and brighten up those long winter days.

The many benefits of using a nebuliser

Nebulisers are easy to use, and suitable for the whole family (as long as you wash the nebuliser’s parts after each use following the instructions). Not only that, but unlike an inhaler you don’t need to use an ‘inhalation technique’, you simple breathe normally to receive the medication. This is ideal for children and the elderly.2

The many benefits of using a nebuliser

It’s also possible to mix different types of medication, as long as your doctor approves of course.5 Plus, because less medication is required than some other methods, nebulised medicine can be more effective.2 It’s even possible to inhale medical grade saline solution, which can help to loosen mucus to help alleviate coughs.6

It’s winter again and you’re thinking how to get rid of that cough. Brighten up your days with these great offers.

It’s winter again and you’re thinking how to get rid of that cough. Brighten up your days with these great offers.
Nebulisers, Wheeze Detector and Oximeter

C102 Total

With the OMRON C102 Total 2-in-1 Nebuliser with Nasal Shower, you can efficiently treat and provide relief for different respiratory symptoms and diseases throughout the year.

X105 Advanced: An advanced nebuliser for the whole family.

Ergonomic and modern design. Advanced Valve Technology: reduced medication wastage. Durable for frequent and occasional use. Ideal for the whole family.


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The ‘ins and outs’ of nebulisation

A nebuliser turns liquid medication into a fine mist, which you breathe into your lungs and airways via a mask or a mouthpiece.(1) So medication is delivered directly where it’s needed, allowing medicine to be delivered more effectively.(2)

There’s a nebuliser mask or mouthpiece for everyone

Nebulisers are used to treat a wide range of respiratory illnesses and symptoms, from coughs and chest infections to long-term conditions such as asthma.(1) In fact, anyone can receive medicine that could help treat a nasty cough through a nebuliser. Other accessories such as the companion nasal shower of the OMRON X102 Total helps to soften mucus and relieve a block nose, removing infectious particles from the nose which otherwise would be inhaled into the lungs.


One nebuliser for the whole family

One of the most interesting aspects of nebulising therapy is that you can actually share your nebuliser with other family members, but make sure to clean and disinfect it each time you use it. This process needs to be done thoroughly and carefully. So, before use your nebuliser kit parts must be washed thoroughly, according to the manual. This way, you’ll provide safe relief from the cold symptoms that might be affecting you or your family, while reducing the risk of passing those germs on.

The ABC of safe nebulising habits.

1) Wash the mouthpiece, mask, aspirator and/or nasal shower after each use. 2) Wipe clean the compressor and air tube after each use. 3) For disinfectants, please refer to the instruction manual (or immerse partsin boiling water). Tip: get every member of your family their own nebuliser kit and mouthpiece or mask if you’re planning to use the nebuliser very frequently this winter.


1. Asthma + Lung UK. Support for you. Nebulisers. What is a nebuliser? Available at: Accessed October 2022.

2. Laube BL et al (2011). What a pulmonologist should know about the new inhalation therapies. Eur Respir J. 37(6):1308-31.3. Asthma + Lung UK. Health advice. Asthma care in the NHS. Emergency asthma care. Available at: Accessed October 2022.

4. Ibrahim M, Verma R, Garcia-Contreras L (2015). Inhalation drug delivery devices: technology update. Med Devices (Auckl). 12;8:131-9.

5. Gardenshire D et al (2013). A guide to aerosol therapy for respiratory therapists -3rd ed. American Association for Respiratory Care, p. 10.

6. NICE. BNF. Medical devices. Nebuliser solutions. Available at: Accessed October 2022.

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