Superior patient care starts with Aerogen Ultra

Aerogen's pioneering aerosol drug delivery technology is transforming emergency medicine in hospitals worldwide. Silent and quick to set up, Aerogen devices deliver significantly more medication in half the time.1

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reduction in ED admission rates2 *


achieved symptom control with 2.5mg albuterol dose2 *


reduction in ED median length of stay2 *

* when compared to a small volume jet nebuliser

What the healthcare professionals say

"We saw a decrease in admissions, an increase in discharge and a decrease in length of stay."2

Robert Dunne, MD
Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine
St. John Hospital & Medical Center, Detroit

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"The [Aerogen Ultra] was a strong predictor of discharge, disposition and the total amount of drug, regardless of age or diagnosis2."

32% reduction in ED admission rates

Patients treated with Aerogen Ultra experienced a 32% reduction in admission rates, associated with a 30% increase in discharge rates, positively affecting ED throughput.*

*when compared to a small volume of jet nebuliser

37 minute reduction in ED median length of stay

Patient LOS is a critical factor in every Emergency Department. The Aerogen Ultra demonstrated a 37 minute reduction in LOS per patient, reducing from a 4.79 hours average LOS to 4.17 hours.*

* when compared to a small volume of jet nebuliser

85% achieved symptom control in medication

Aerogen Ultra enabled a faster treatment time with less use of medication. The Aerogen Ultra group used less total drug with a 85% reduction of the maximum albuterol dose given.*

* when compared to a small volume of jet nebuliser

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1 Hickin S, Mac Loughlin R, Sweeney L, Tatham A and Gldwani S. Comparison of mesh nebuliser versus jet nebuliser in simulated adults with chromic obstructive pulmonary disease. Publication at the College of Emergency Medicine Clincial Excellence Conference. 2004.

2 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. 2017