The PARI LC® Sprint is the latest in the line of PARI LC® Reusable Nebulizers featuring shorter treatment times while maintaining the same efficient drug delivery as the PARI LC® Plus. With its ergonomic design that fits comfortably in your hand, the LC® Sprint is easy to use and care for over its long life. The new soft jet technology is able to deliver >65% of medication in the respirable range while speeding delivery by up to 20% (average treatment time, ~5.5 minutes). With breath-enhanced technology, this nebulizer set wastes less medication while still increasing your treatment's effectiveness. The Clear-View window lets you easily view the medication level remaining in the cup. This nebulizer is the first to utilize a flip top lid that makes filling and closing your nebulizer easy! It also makes losing and damaging the delicate lid less likely. This reusable nebulizer is dishwasher safe and boilable.
What's in the box: reusable nebulizer (8 ml capacity), mouthpiece, 6' of Wing Tip® tubing, and instructions. An optional child or adult mask is available to include with this package.
Please see our blog post about the difference between reusable and disposable nebuilzer sets.
The PARI LC Sprint is my recommended nebulizer set because of its breath-enhanced technology. Breath-enhanced technology means less medication waste, and more effective treatments. Plus, this nebulizer set has consistently shorter treatment times than other reusable nebulizer sets. Cleaning your nebulizer set is very important, and the PARI LC Sprint makes cleanup simple since it is dishwasher safe. Remembering to change your nebulizer set every 6 months can be tough, but it doesn't have to be with PARI's Timestrip® that lets you know when a change is needed.
Jet Nebulization Technology
PARI LC® Reusable Nebulizers feature the first ever breath-enhanced jet nebulizer design to efficiently deliver inhalation medicine to your lungs.
How It Works:
1. Air from the compressor breaks the liquid medication into small breathable particles which form a mist (aerosol).
2. As you breathe in– the valve at the top opens– letting air in and speeding up the mist generation.
3. When you breathe out, the top valve closes, slowing down the mist and the mouthpiece flap opens letting your breath out.
When breathing in, the inspiratory valve at the top of the nebulizer opens to allow entrained air to increase the flow of medication to the lungs.
When breathing out, the inspiratory valve closes, reducing medication production and thus reducing medication waste. The expiratory valve also opens, directing the breath away from the patients face.