Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) May 7, 2010
The "Robinson's Life Saver" design would allow a user to read how many units are left in their inhaler and when a refill is in order. This device could help to prevent a user from running out of their medication, offering them peace of mind. According to the inventor, this invention would be ideal for use in hospitals, by healthcare providers and patients.
The Robinson's Life Saver would consist of a modified device that features a cylindrical shape and could hold albuterol or asthma medication. The inhaler would measure 4 inches in height, 2 inches in length and 2 inches in width. The unit could be producible from plastic. A plastic sleeve would be equipped with a counter to count the number of times the inhaler is depressed and medication is dispensed. The amount of doses used would be displayed on the side of the inhaler.
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