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Inhaler & Nebulizer Accessories

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5 ihalers shown i decorativ cases with clasps that allow attachement to other items.  A close up of a person's upper jeans and t-shirt hem, displaying another inhaler holster clipped to a belt loop.
4 Inhaler shells decorated with special decals which wrap around.  4 different patterns are shown.
4 inhalers shown in fabric holders of varying colors and pattens. Eachhas a keyring loop at the top.
A nebulize mask deignd to look like a purple dinosaur, a green colored nebulizer mask, 2 small nebulizers in pink and green accordingly with matching camo cases, a nebulizer shaped and designed to look like a clownfish, and 4 othes that look like a pink panda bear, a fire truck, a penguin, and a cartoon character.
A roll of small epi-pen pouches in different patterns and colors, embroidered with names and medicaton logos on the front, A smal pouch embroidered with  name and a horse in a horseshoe design, a red and black backpack with a medication symbol on it, a black belg with a zipper at the top and green embroidery, 5 zippered pouches with initials on them in different fabrics, and a row of small bags designed to look like monsters or owls which hold inhalers.
Various stuffed animals in forms designed to hold and hide asthma inhalers.
Various batches of fabric pouches in different prints, fabrics and color.  Designed to hold different inhalers, medicines and epi-pens.
Severeal photos of medication bags. One Pink and One Blue sized to fit 2 epipens, each with a clip on the outside for keys.  A larger pink bag with striped monogram patch shown with a variety of diabetic supplies which will fit inside.  A blue bag of similar size with a plaid elephant patch on the front surrounded by other supplies.  And a small medic-alert keychain with stitched red cross symbol as fob.
2 rows of pouches wih lobster clasps a the top.  They are small and designed to clip to a belt loop or to be fed through a belt.  There ae different fabric patterns shows in different colors.