Invents Introduces "The Wrist Inhaler", Quick Response When Asthma Attack First Begins
The Wrist Inhaler for asthma sufferers prevents a small attack from becoming a full blown asthma attack.
New York, NY, December 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Every day in America 44,000 people have an asthma attack and 9 people die from asthma. Asthma sufferers know the importance of always having their inhalers readily available and not have to track them down, wasting precious time. It could mean the difference between life and death when seconds matter. The Wrist Inhaler is a specially designed wearable asthma inhaler in the form of a wristwatch and provides the fast effective relief needed. It is readily available at all times. A waterproof unit, the Wrist Inhaler can be made available in different variations, colors, and styles to appeal to individual tastes (a sports version, a child's version, a business professional version, and more).
The Patent Pending Wrist Inhaler was invented by Kendra Baldwin of Baltimore, MD, who said, “The Wrist Inhaler not only displays the time and date in digital or analog, but more importantly it has an inhaler unit in the watch body, which can be easily refilled with medication as necessary. A handy angle adjustable mouthpiece with protective cap covering protrudes slightly from the unit so that one can inhale the medication. Across from this mouthpiece is the actual pump dispenser, which is capped also. The Wrist Inhaler has a sturdy and comfortable adjustable band and a display tells the approximate number of puffs remaining.”
"Unless one has suffered from not being able to breath properly, it might be hard to imagine the need for immediate access to an inhaler. But, for those who have asthma it is a constant thought. The Wrist Inhaler gives a freedom for sufferers that is unbelievably welcome and it works perfectly."
The inventor added, “The Wrist Inhaler gives freedom to those with asthma, allowing them to go anywhere, knowing that their rescue inhaler is conveniently attached and ever present. Because it is made from waterproof materials, the Wrist Inhaler can easily go from land to water without worry, as well as be exposed to the elements. Asthma sufferers do not have to be preoccupied with whether or not their units are near, or if they would be destroyed by weather or activity. Also, with the inhaler conveniently attached, there is no worry about anyone tampering with the life saving unit.”
EDITOR’S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629 The product website of the Wrist Inhaler is www.invents.com/invention/?page=Wrist-Inhaler