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For effective inhaler training on dry powder and metered dose inhalers

The unique Vitalograph AIM™ (Aerosol Inhalation Monitor) is designed to assist medical practitioners in assessing inhaler use, whether MDI or DPI. Mastery of the correct technique will support more accurate drug delivery and good patient compliance, resulting in better disease management and fewer visits to medical professionals.


Vitalograph AIM, Vitalograph Disposable DPI Inhaler Simulator, Box of 25, Vitalograph Disposable MDI Inhaler Simulator, Box of 25


  • Validates effective use of an inhaler
  • Identifies correct choice of inhaler device type
  • Identifies and quantifies poor inhaler technique
  • Objective identification of proper use of the inhaler device
  • Assists in training patients to use their inhalers correctly
  • Provides clear feedback and instructions to subject and trainer
  • Easy to use, hygienic and low cost
  • Can optionally be used with a spacer


Product AIM (Aerosol Inhalation Monitor)
Model Number 4500
Power Supply AAA x 4
Weight Net: 260g (inc batteries and tubing)
Gross: 310g
Dimensions Net: 165mm x 133mm x 39.6mm
Gross: 190mm x 140mm x 65mm
Operating Temperature 10°C – 40°C
Storage Temperature 0°C – 50°C
Storage Relative Humidity 10% – 95%
Safety Standards EN 60601-1:2005
Designed & Manufactured Under ISO 13485:2003, FDA 21CFR820, CMDR & JPAL


45710 4500 AIM (Aerosol Inhalation Monitor)
45610 Disposable DPI Inhaler Mouthpiece(25)
45611 Disposable MDI Inhaler Mouthpiece (25)
79192 Replacement Silicone Tubing
45027 HFA Placebo Aerosol (8)


“I was lecturing and chairing a day on inhaler devices for respiratory physicians. We had a few of the new AIM devices available and these were great in helping us demonstrate correct inhaler device technique; and to provide the doctors with a ‘hands-on’ opportunity to learn how to do so themselves.”

Dr Mark L Levy FRCGP
General Practitioner with Special Interest in Respiratory Disease.

“The AIM is a really useful means of training patients to use their inhalers properly, and should be an essential part of a respiratory clinician’s kit in the future if we are to improve compliance and concordance in our patients.”

Stephen Foster
Respiratory and Allergy Specialist Pharmacist | Pierremont Healthcare Limited

“With both asthma and COPD the appropriate choice and correct use of inhalers is essential for the effective management of the condition and its symptoms. Anything that can help demonstrate correct technique is useful and it is here that the AIM machine can play an important part in helping to ensure that patients are using the right device, in the right way, to gain maximal benefit from inhaled therapies.”

Jane Scullion
Respiratory Nurse Consultant | EM Respiratory Clinical Lead