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Cardinal Health Essentials Compressor Nebulizer 

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Short Description

  • Cardinal Health Compressor Nebulizers help treat respiratory ailments such as COPD, Asthma, and other respiratory infections
  • Delivers consistent particle size of <10 microns and fast treatment times to provide quick relief from constricted airways
  • Includes piston style nebulizer, 7' tubing, angled mouthpiece, nebulizer medicine cup, and five filters
  • Easy to use one-button operation
  • 5mL medication capacity

About Cardinal Health Essentials Compressor Nebulizer, Piston-Style

Cardinal Health Compressor Nebulizers are ideal for treating respiratory ailments such as, COPD, Asthma, respiratory infections, allergies, Bronchitis and even respiratory challenges from the common cold. This compressor nebulizers creates a strong (17-29 psi) stream of air that travels through the clear tube to the nebulizer, which converts medication into an aerosol mist for easy inhalation therefore promoting easier breathing by allowing fast delivery of medication (.5-10 microns) into the lungs to help loosen mucus which can be coughed out more easily. Airways relax allowing more airflow in and out of lungs. Used both as a preventative option or with symptom onset, the compact and lightweight one-button operation nebulizers by Cardinal Health are convenient to use, easy to store, and portable for those on-the-go. Each piston style nebulizer comes with 7' tubing, angled mouthpiece, disposable 5 mL nebulizer medicine cup, five filters and an instruction manual in English. This unit uses only Cardinal Health Essentials Air Filters which can easily be purchased here.

Key Benefits and Features

  • Cardinal Health Compressor Nebulizers are successful in treating respiratory ailments such as COPD, Asthma, Respiratory infections, Bronchitis, and even respiratory challenges from the common cold
  • Delivers consistent particle size of
  • Creates a stream of air that travels through the clear tube to the nebulizer, which converts medication into an aerosol mist for easy inhalation.
  • Ideal for all ages.
  • Compact and lightweight, Cardinal Health Nebulizers include piston style nebulizer, 7' tubing, angled mouthpiece, 5 mL capacity nebulizer medicine cup, five filters and instruction manual in English and Spanish.
  • One-button operation makes this unit easy to use
  • Uses only Cardinal Health Essentials Air Filters.

Who should be using this product?

Nebulizers are for individuals experiencing short-term respiratory concerns such as the common cold or those with long-term care needs due to Asthma, COPD, or cystic-fibrosis. Prescribed by health providers, nebulizers help to provide quick medication delivery to the lungs to relax constricted airways and work with your natural breathing.

How do you use this product?

Nebulizers work by turning liquid (either saline, prescribed medication, or both) into a mist that’s inhaled through the mouth and nose through a mask or mouthpiece.

  • Place liquid into the nebulizer cup.
  • Connect the cup to a nebulizer mask or mouthpiece and secure using the adjustable strap (if using a mask).
  • Using tubing provided in the kit, connect one end to the nebulizer cup and the other to the machine.
  • Turn the machine on and begin to breathe normal breaths in through your mouth. The pressurized air from the compressor breaks the liquid down into a mist (vapor) which is absorbed into the lungs which provides relief from inflamed airways and easier breathing. Absence of a mist indicates that either the medicine and treatment time is complete or a disconnection with the mask and tubing. Simply check the nebulizer cup to assess.

Clean your nebulizer after each use, and disinfect your nebulizer every other time you use it. Replace masks and nebulizer cups every 4 to 6 months is recommended. If parts become cracked or worn, replace them immediately.

Brand Cardinal Health®
Product Nebulizer
Style Piston-Style

Cardinal Health Essentials Compressor Nebulizer FAQs

How do you use a piston compressor nebulizer?

Nebulizers work by turning liquid (either saline, prescribed medication, or both) into a mist that’s inhaled through the mouth and nose through a mask or mouthpiece.

  • Place liquid into the nebulizer cup.
  • Connect the cup to a nebulizer mask or mouthpiece and secure using the adjustable strap (if using a mask).
  • Using tubing provided in the kit, connect one end to the nebulizer cup and the other to the machine.
  • Turn the machine on and begin to breathe normal breaths in through your mouth. The pressurized air from the compressor breaks the liquid down into a mist (vapor) which is absorbed into the lungs which provides relief from inflamed airways and easier breathing. Absence of a mist indicates that either the medicine and treatment time is complete or a disconnection with the mask and tubing. Simply check the nebulizer cup to assess.

Clean your nebulizer after each use, and disinfect your nebulizer every other time you use it. Replace masks and nebulizer cups every 4 to 6 months is recommended. If parts become cracked or worn, replace them immediately.

What is a nebulizer with a compressor?

A Compressor Nebulizers is a drug delivery system that converts liquid medication into an inhalable mist and are ideal for treating respiratory ailments such as, COPD, Asthma, respiratory infections, allergies, Bronchitis and even respiratory challenges from the common cold. The mist enters the lungs in one of two ways—via a mask that covers the mouth and nose, or through a removable mouthpiece. In addition to efficiently delivering medication, nebulizers break down mucus and secretions, making them easier to cough up. Nebulizer treatment lasts anywhere between 5-20 minutes, depending on the medication required and the condition addressed. While taking the medication, your loved one can read or do other activities as long as they’re able to take deep breaths and stay relaxed.

What are the parts of a nebulizer called?

Nebulizer parts include: compressor, tubing, medication cup, mask/mouthpiece, and filter.

How often do I change my filter?

Keeping your unit running at its optimum level, it is a good habit to change your filter every 30 days months or when it gets wet, clogged or discoloration occurs. This unit uses only Cardinal Health Essentials Air Filters which can easily be purchased here.