Film it on film, no makeup, get the inhaler and the braces in there.
Make the inhaler steam, and put in the eucalyptus; that is good for the larynx.
Ether was given from a Clover's inhaler; one ounce was used.
The only pain I felt was when I removed the inhaler to have it replenished, my great anxiety being to get it back again.
This may be done with the inhaler on a few occasions at least.
Send 50 cents for one inhaler and ask for wholesale prices to agents.
Two thirds of the ingredients are first put into the inhaler, and the rest added when half the time for inhaling has elapsed.
It will therefore be gathered from this that the patient herself always holds the inhaler.
They must have entered by the outer door, which Anna had neglected to shut behind her when she returned with the inhaler.
There was something in this air which gave the inhaler the certainty of victory, the courage of battle and of unassailable youth.
inhaler in·hal·er (ĭn-hā'lər)
A device that produces a vapor to ease breathing or is used to medicate by inhalation, especially a small nasal applicator containing a volatile medicament. Also called inhalator.