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  • noun Plural form of nebuliser.

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Examples

  • The company has particular expertise in drug delivery mechanisms, from tablets, creams and patches through to orally inhaled and nasal drug products (OINDPs) such as nebulisers, nasal sprays and dry powder inhalers.

    Business Weekly daily news

  • The company has particular expertise in drug delivery mechanisms, from tablets, creams and patches through to orally inhaled and nasal drug products (OINDPs) such as nebulisers, nasal sprays and dry powder inhalers.

    Business Weekly daily news

  • The company has particular expertise in drug delivery mechanisms, from tablets, creams and patches through to orally inhaled and nasal drug products (OINDPs) such as nebulisers, nasal sprays and dry powder inhalers.

    Business Weekly daily news

  • The implications of the eviction of the wider Traveller community were huge, said Candy Sheridan, vice-chair of the Gypsy Council, who tried to ensure sick residents had access to generators for nebulisers and insulin.

    The Guardian World News

  • The equipment included stethoscopes, blood pressure monitors, oximeters and nebulisers.

    Scoop Audio and Video Podcast

  • The equipment included stethoscopes, blood pressure monitors, oximeters and nebulisers.

    Scoop Audio and Video Podcast

  • Mr Abas said the lives of Bedouin patients who need a reliable supply of electricity -- to refrigerate medicines and special foods, run air-conditioning or power nebulisers and inhalators -- are being put in grave danger by official intransigence.

    GlobalResearch.ca

  • Mr Abas said the lives of Bedouin patients who need a reliable supply of electricity -- to refrigerate medicines and special foods, run air-conditioning or power nebulisers and inhalators -- are being put in grave danger by official intransigence.

    CounterPunch

  • Mr Abas said the lives of Bedouin patients who need a reliable supply of electricity -- to refrigerate medicines and special foods, run air-conditioning or power nebulisers and inhalators -- are being put in grave danger by official intransigence.

    Countercurrents.org

  • I have spent many nights in the ER with nebulisers and inhalers.

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