AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber is an inhaler for cats used to deliver measured doses of aerosolized medication.
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AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber by Trudell Medical International
AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber Facts
AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber is used for cats with diseases such as chronic bronchitis or asthma.
The AeroKat is used with an inhaler which attaches onto the Aerosol Chamber.
Your cat simply needs to breathe normally while the AeroKat is placed over its mouth.
A well-fitting mask should cover the mouth and nose of the cat while leaving the eyes exposed.
Medicated inhalers are by prescription only and are sold separately.
How to Use AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber
A small green indicator allows owners to see when their pet is inhaling
As the pet inhales, the owner activates the inhaler.
The mask should stay on the cat's face for 5-6 breaths.
Tips For Use
Giving your cat a treat around the time of treatment may help them relax.
Each package comes with two differently size masks so your cat can have the size of mask that they need.
The green indicator helps you know exactly how many breaths your cat has taken.
Details About AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber
"AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber is an inhaler for cats used to deliver measured doses of aerosolized medication."
AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber Is Used To Treat These Symptoms
What are the uses of the AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber?
The AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber provides a unique apparatus for giving medication.
The Aerosol Chamber can be used for the treatment of...
By using a medicated inhaler and the AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber, medication can be delivered to the lungs of your cat, allowing for more effective treatment of some diseases.
Possible Side Effects When Using AeroKat Feline Aerosol Chamber
Our Information Is Not Intended To Replace The Advice Of Your Veterinarian
"Do not use our product information for diagnostic purposes. Always take your pet to your veterinarian to obtain a diagnosis and course of treatment. Only your veterinarian is qualified to assess all possible side effects, interactions, precautions, warnings and possible allergic reactions relating to the use of this product or drug with your pet."