Omron C-803 nebulizer

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Nebulizer is a device used for producing a fine spray of liquid, used for example for inhaling a medicinal drug. Doctors prescribes a nebulizer as treatment or breathing therapy. The device delivers the same types of medication as metered-dose inhalers (MDIs), which are the familiar pocket-sized inhalers. Nebulizers may be easier to use than MDIs, especially for children who aren’t old enough to properly use inhalers, or adults with severe asthma. A nebulizer turns liquid medicine into a mist to help treat your respiratory issues. They come in electric or battery-run variants. These nebulizers come in both a portable size you can carry with you and a larger size that’s meant to sit on a table and plug into a wall. Both are made up of a base that holds an air compressor, a small container for liquid medicine, and a tube that connects the air compressor to the medicine container. Above the medicine container is a mouthpiece or mask you use to inhale the mist.
Key Features:
  • The Omron NE-C803 Nebulizer is developed for efficient treatment of asthma, allergies, chronic bronchitis and other respiratory disorders
  • The nebulizer is usable for children only
  • The nebulizer kit provides a dense aerosol in the therapeutic range
  • The nebulizer for kids ensures efficient delivery of medication
  • Its small particle size of output (MMD approx. 3 microns) reaches lungs efficiently
  • The nebulizer machine leaves minimal residual medication and is easy to operate
Discount 34 % off
1905.00
2880.00
Brand Omron
Model No. C-803 nebulizer
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How to use a Nebulizer:

  •  Put the compressor on a flat surface where it can safely reach an outlet
  •  Check to make sure all the pieces are clean
  •  Wash your hands before prepping the medication
  •  If your medication is premixed, place it in the container. If you need to mix it, measure the correct amount, and then place it in the container
  •  Connect the tube to the compressor and the liquid container
  •  Attach the mouthpiece or mask
  •  Turn on the switch and check to see that the nebulizer is misting
  •  Put the mouthpiece in your mouth and close your mouth around it or put the mask securely over your nose and mouth, leaving no gaps
  •  Slowly breath in and out until the medicine is gone. This may take five to 15 minutes.
  •  Keep the liquid container upright throughout the treatment

 How to Clean the Parts:

  •  Clean the parts after each use
  •  Discard any remaining medication in the medication cup
  •  Wash the parts in warm water and mild detergent
  •  Rinse them thoroughly with clean hot tap water and allow to air dry in a clean place
  •  Do Not Disinfect the Air Tube and Child Mask in boiling water
Nebulizer is a device used for producing a fine spray of liquid, used for example for inhaling a medicinal drug. Doctors prescribes a nebulizer as treatment or breathing therapy. The device delivers the same types of medication as metered-dose inhalers (MDIs), which are the familiar pocket-sized inhalers. Nebulizers may be easier to use than MDIs, especially for children who aren’t old enough to properly use inhalers, or adults with severe asthma. A nebulizer turns liquid medicine into a mist to help treat your respiratory issues. They come in electric or battery-run variants. These nebulizers come in both a portable size you can carry with you and a larger size that’s meant to sit on a table and plug into a wall. Both are made up of a base that holds an air compressor, a small container for liquid medicine, and a tube that connects the air compressor to the medicine container. Above the medicine container is a mouthpiece or mask you use to inhale the mist.

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