A remote atomisation device, comprising: an atomisation apparatus (100), a control apparatus, a hood apparatus, an air suction apparatus, a filter apparatus, and a bracket. The atomisation apparatus (100) is provided with a liquid storage area (110), an output area (120), an atomisation area (130) and an inhalation area (140). The hood apparatus is used for holding the head of a patient. The air suction apparatus is arranged on the hood apparatus and is provided with an air suction tube, the air suction tube being connected to the inhalation holes, and the air suction tube being used for extracting the air inside the hood apparatus by means of the inhalation holes. The air suction apparatus is provided with an air pump, the air pump being connected to the air suction tube, and being used for pumping air to the air suction tube. The present remote atomisation device reduces the amount of atomised particles of medicinal liquid dissipated externally, and easily implements a remote control function.