A look at the latest aerosol delivery products from Aerogen, Alliance Tech Medical, Flexicare, Instrumentation Industries, Monaghan Medical, Pari, and Westmed.

Monaghan Medical Corp

Monaghan Medical Corp is introducing the Aeroverse system of products. Three simple devices create seven different therapy options, designed to save time, reduce waste, and improve patient outcomes. Each device easily adapts to the other without additional adapters or tee pieces. More importantly, connecting these devices and providing dual therapy will not diminish the performance that can be achieved from individual therapy. (See image above.)

Alliance Tech Medical

The InFloCone (IFC) disposable mouthpiece is designed to simply and economically provide the user with consistent and efficient delivery when inhaling pressurized, metered dose medications. IFC is another Alliance Tech Medical product designed to improve outcomes through proper adherence and compliance.

Flexicare Inc

New from Flexicare, the MaxiNeb Duo nebulizer features an optional trigger mode, which reduces expiration of aerosolized medicine to an ultra-low 4% environmental loss, while the integrated bacterial/viral filter traps bacteria and viruses. This lowers the risk of cross-contamination and increases protection for caregivers and the clinical environment against aerosol inhalation. 


The Aerogen Solo is a vibrating mesh aerosol drug delivery system from Aerogen that can be used across all hospital modalities. When combined with the Aerogen Ultra, the Aerogen Solo offers superior drug delivery, improved patient response and increased throughput in hospital emergency departments.  

Westmed Inc

The Circulaire ll Aerosol Drug Delivery System from Westmed mitigates healthcare workers’ exposure to contagions like coronavirus, while optimizing medication delivery for patients. A quasi-closed device, Circulaire II features an integral Exhalation Filter with 99.99% bacterial and viral efficiencies that reduce healthcare worker exposure to exhaled droplets and medication during nebulization.

Instrumentation Industries Inc

Attempting to decrease aerosolized particles in the air during the COVID-19 pandemic just got easier with the RTC 26-C Inline Aerosol Adapter, available from Instrumentation Industries Inc. The RTC 26-C allows the use of a Combivent Respimat Inhaler to be given inline in a patient circuit, placed in the inspiratory limb. Single Patient Reuse. Patent Pending.