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Omron Micro-Air Electronic Nebulizer System NE-U22V1
PARI LC Sprint Reusable Nebulizer Set
Medquip Penguin Nebulizer System
Handi-Air Tote Wheeled Oxygen Carrier
Respironics EasyLife Nasal CPAP Mask - no longer selling
Health-Ox Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Owning a nebulizer means that you'll need to perform some basic cleaning and maintenance to keep it in working order. Compressor filters eventually become dirty and channels get clogged. Also, the tubing, masks, and mouthpieces will degrade over time. It's essential to clean your nebulizer, replace parts, and check for dysfunctional components to make the most of your nebulizer treatments. Here are some of the basics:
To ensure your safety and increase the effectiveness of treatment, it's very important to keep your nebulizer system clean. You'll need to perform some maintenance after each use, so set aside a few extra minutes after each treatment time. Following the manufacturer's cleaning instructions after each use will prevent any remaining medication in the cup from drying out, which can result in the device not nebulizing effectively. Once a week, your nebulizer will need to be more thoroughly sterilized. Consider the following nebulizer cleaning tips. Keep in mind that some manufacturers' instructions may differ, so always check your manual before cleaning your nebulizer for the first time.
After each treatment:
Once a week:
Some nebulizer parts may be top-rack dishwasher safe; however, a nebulizer mask should never go through the dishwasher. When you're finished performing daily or weekly maintenance on your nebulizer system, cover it and store it in a clean, safe place.
Changing your nebulizer filter regularly is extremely important. For one thing, breathing clean air is essential for effective treatment of asthma and other respiratory conditions. Also, the cleaner the filter, the less work your breathing machine has to do, which will give it a longer life span. When purchasing new filters for your nebulizer system, keep the following suggestions in mind:
Proper use and care of your nebulizer and prescriptions is essential to maintaining good health. Before using a nebulizer, consider the following recommendations and precautions:
Successful treatment depends on proper nebulizer use. Consult your healthcare provider for more advice on nebulizers and medications.
Properly maintaining your nebulizer accessories and parts is essential to your health and safety. To help ensure that your treatments are effective, follow these nebulizer maintenance tips:
As reliable as nebulizers are, nothing's perfect, and you could encounter occasional problems. To help avoid problems, always clean the nebulizer according to the manufacturer's instructions after treatment. Also, it's important to reassemble and store it as directed (usually in a cool, dry place) and keep it out of reach of children and pets. Here are a couple of the more common problems:
If your nebulizer stops working and you can't figure out why, check the materials that came with the device to find out warranty and customer service information, or contact the experts at Just Nebulizers.
When you purchase a nebulizer and nebulizer accessories, find out the details of the warranty and coverage for specific parts and accessories. Warranties may differ according to manufacturer, so find out the following information about yours:
Your nebulizer isn’t working? Here are a few tips to get it up and running in no time.
It is important to keep a close eye on your nebulizer filters and change them when necessary. Waiting too long reduces the efficiency of your nebulizer and compromises the air quality moving through the filter. You should check your owner’s manual for specifics, but here is the general criteria for replacing filters:
It is also a good idea to keep extra filters on hand, in case your current one becomes damaged, misplaced or dirty. Err on the side of caution when deciding if a filter needs changing. Trying to squeeze extra use out of an old or soiled filter compromises the efficiency of the treatment and is hard on the machine.