MEDNEB+ Nebulizer compressor system provides air pressure that works with the nebulizer cup to turn liquid (medications, saline) into a mist for aerosol drug delivery. This allows the medicine to go directly into the lungs, providing fast relief from symptoms such as cough, restricted airways due to an asthma attack, wheezing, and shortness of breath. If you have a respiratory problem or infection, this light mist can be much easier to inhale than liquid medication or even medication from an inhaler.
The piston driven system generates pressurized air at a high velocity which turns liquid into a mist to deliver a consistent particle size of 0.5-10 microns into the lungs, making treatment times fast and effective ways to inhale medication.
Nebulizers promote easier breathing by allowing fast delivery of medication into the lungs to help loosen mucus which can be coughed out more easily, and airways relax allowing more airflow in and out of the lungs.
Features include a reusable nebulizer kit, mouthpiece, 7’ reservoir tubing, and 6 extra filters. Weighing in at 2.6 lbs, this lightweight, compact unit is easy to use and delivers quiet and effective breathing treatments.
Key Benefits & Features of the MEDNEB+ Nebulizer Compressor System
Medneb+ Nebulizer compressors are great treatment options for fast delivery of medication to the lungs for those who have respiratory ailments.
This compact, desktop unit is lightweight, making it convenient for caregivers and users to travel from room to room. Plugs into a traditional wall outlet.
7’ oxygen tubing is kink-resistant, minimizing risk for interruption of airflow
Efficient and quiet piston pumps are an ideal treatment option for children and adults who struggle with using mouthpieces or want to rest while undergoing treatments.
Includes 6 extra filters, convenient for keeping the unit running at its optimum level when replacements are required
Who should be using the MEDNEB+?
Nebulizers help to provide quick medication delivery to the lungs to relax constricted airways and work with your natural breathing. They’re commonly used by those experiencing respiratory ailments such as:
Short-term conditions like the common cold
Those that find the use of an inhaler difficult
How do you use the MEDNEB+ Nebulizer system?
The MEDNEB+ Nebulizer system works by turning liquid (either saline, prescribed medication, or both) into a mist that’s inhaled through the mouth and nose through a mouthpiece. To use your nebulizer:
Wash your hands and set the machine on a level service
Place liquid into the nebulizer cup.
Connect the cup to the mouthpiece
Using tubing provided in the kit, connect one end to the nebulizer cup and the other to the machine.
Sit in a comfortable chair and turn the machine on. 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 disconnected with the mouthpiece and tubing. Simply check the nebulizer cup to assess.
Turn off the machine when you are done - this machine is intended for intermittent use of no longer than 30 minus
Rinse and air dry the nebulizer cup and mouthpiece
How do I clean the Power Nebulizer System?
Clean your nebulizer after each use, and disinfect your nebulizer every other time you use it by:
Remove the mouthpiece and the container for the liquid medicine
Wash the medicine container and mouthpiece with hot water and dish soap
Rinse under hot water for 30 seconds, removing soap residue
Shake off excess water and air dry
Tubing and compressor (the machine itself) should not be submerged in water. Clean only the outside using a soapy cloth or disinfectant wipe.
How to disinfect your nebulizer:
Remove the mouthpiece and the container for liquid medicine
Soak pieces in one part white vinegar, three parts hot water, for one hour
Allow pieces to air dry
Replacing mouthpieces and nebulizer cups every 4 to 6 months is recommended. If parts become cracked or worn, replace them immediately.
When do I change my nebulizer filter?
Keeping your unit running at its optimum level, it is a good habit to change your filter every 6 months or when it gets wet, clogged or discoloration occurs.
How do I change my nebulizer filter?
Filter cover is located on the top of the machine. Firmly grasp the filter, pull out of the unit, and discard. Push new filter into position. You can find new product filters here.
Compact compressor nebulizer for aerosol drug delivery. The medneb features a compressor, a standard nebulizer and 7 feet of tubing. The Nebulizer Tubing is kink resistant. Kink resistant tubing minimizes the risk of flow interruption.Details
- Includes: Airial™ compressor, disposable and reusable nebulizer kit, 7 Foot tubing, mouthpiece and six extra filters
- Piston driven system
- Compact, desk-top unit
- Piston Driven
- Particle Size: 0.5-10 microns
- Nebulizer Rate: 0.18 LPM
- Max Compression Pressure: 29 psi
- Max Compressor Flow: 10 LPM
- Weight: 2.6 lbs.
- Power Requirements: AC
- Latex Free
|Oxygen Tube Length||7 Feet|
|Reservoir Type||Medication Bowl|