'Elektro Pneumostat' therapeutic inhaler for the treatment of respiratory complaints, made by PAG, Germany, distributed by Francis Riddell, London, 1935-1942
The ‘Elektro Pneumostat’ therapeutic inhaler treated respiratory complaints associated with the lungs and airways. These include asthma, bronchitis, whooping cough and croup. The plastic face mask was held covering the mouth and nose of the patient while inhaling medication. The motorised pump circulated oxygen up the tube to the face mask.