The Aerogen Ultra is transforming the treatment of patients in Emergency Departments worldwide
Used with the Aerogen Solo the Aerogen Ultra offers superior drug delivery and improved patient response in Emergency Departments
The Aerogen Ultra is now available with an Aerosol Mask
The Salter Labs’ I-Guard™ Aerosol Mask (Adult and Paediatric) has been added to the Aerogen Ultra.
The I-Guard™ Mask and Ultra kits are now available to order in the following countries:
Please contact your local distributor to find out more.
New clinical outcome data demonstrates how Aerogen Ultra is transforming the treatment of patients in the Emergency Department
A retrospective chart review of 1,594 patients at St. John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit compared clinical outcomes associated with the use of a hospital standard small volume nebuliser (SVN) versus the Aerogen Ultra.
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
Our unique palladium vibrating mesh technology, Aerogen Vibronic® is a breakthrough in aerosol drug delivery and is at the heart of all our products.
The central aperture plate is just 5mm in diameter and is perforated with 1000 precision formed holes, that vibrate at 128,000 times per second, to produce the optimum particle size for deep lung penetration.
The Aerogen Solo provides high
performance aerosol drug delivery.
Powered by Aerogen
Pro-X Controller or the
Aerogen USB Controller
for intermittent use.
Powered by the Aerogen
Pro-X Controller for
continuous use or the
Aerogen USB Controller
for 6 hour mode.
An ergonomic valved mouthpiece
controls the flow of air through the
chamber, maximising the aerosol
Interchangable with all standard
aerosol / valved face masks.
Innovative chamber design
provides an aerosol reservoir
for optimum drug delivery.
Oxygen port enables optional
delivery of O2.
1. Hickin S, Mac Loughlin R, Sweeney L, Tatham A and Gidwani S. Poster at the College of Emergency Medicine Clinical Excellence Conference. 2014. 2. Cushen B, Alsaid A, Abdulkareem A and Costello RW. ITS poster presentation. 2016. 3. 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