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The Dräger Inhalog is a nebulizer device used for inhalation therapy. It was first introduced in the early 1980s and marketed as a portable and easy-to-use device for the administration of medication to patients with respiratory conditions. The device was equipped with adjustable particle size and flow rate controls, as well as a built-in compressor for generating a consistent flow of compressed air.
Although the device was popular among respiratory therapists and healthcare professionals, some models like Inhalog 1 was eventually discontinued in the early 2000s due to advancements in nebulizer technology and the availability of more sophisticated devices. However, during its production run, the Dräger Inhalog 1 sold a substantial number of units worldwide.
The device was intended for use by medical professionals who specialize in respiratory care and was not exclusive to any particular country or region. The price at which it was sold varied depending on the specific model and any additional features it had.
While there were no significant recalls or malfunctions associated with the device, as with any medical device, some components may have failed or malfunctioned over time. To ensure the device's accuracy and reliability, regular calibration and maintenance were necessary.
The device is usually a rectangular shape, and it has some buttons at the front for adjusting the settings. To identify the device, you can look for the "Inhalog" nameplate which displays the model name and number. The model number can also be found on the back of the device, along with additional information such as the serial number and manufacturing date. The Inhalog 1 is smaller than the Inhalog 2, and it is usually only available in one color scheme, predominantly grey.
- Dimensions: 150 x 246 x 180mm
- Dimensions: 150 x 330 x 450mm
Source: Drager Inhalog 1 2 Service Manual_DE.pdf (in documents section)