Nimo Nebulizer HNK-NBL-S
Nimo Nebulizer is an easy-to-use medical equipment with a powerful compressor that can be used at home to administer medication by turning liquid medicine into a very fine mist that a person can inhale through a face mask or mouthpiece. Taking medicine this way allows it to go directly and quickly to the lungs and the respiratory system where it is needed. It can be used by adults and children and it is safe to use because it is free from Phthalate and latex.
Doctors typically prescribe nebulizers to people with:
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Sometimes, a doctor will prescribe a nebulizer for a child who has a respiratory infection, such as bronchiolitis.
•Help air to flow more easily in and out of the lungs.
• Prevent respiratory problems from developing or getting worse.
• Used in asthma and COPD.
• Help relieve cough.
• Used in treating bronchitis.
How to use:
Your doctor should tell you how often to use the nebulizer and for how long.
You should ask your doctor to explain which medications to use and when.
Nebulizer is very easy to use:
First wash your hands before use.
Put the nebulizer on a flat, sturdy surface and plug it into electrical outlet.
Add the medicine to the medicine cup, according to the doctor’s prescription.
Assemble the nebulizer cup and mask or mouthpiece.
Connect the tubing to both the machine and the nebulizer cup.
Turn the nebulizer on
Sit up straight on a comfortable chair. If the treatment is for your child, they can sit on your lap.
If you’re using a mask, put it on. Be sure it’s comfortable and secure.
If you’re using a mouthpiece, put it between your or your child's teeth and seal the lips around it.
While using the nebulizer, hold the mouthpiece and medicine cup upright to help deliver all the medication.
Take slow, deep breaths through the mouthpiece or mask and inhale all the medicine.
The duration of using the nebulizer as doctor prescribed.
If you get dizzy, stop the treatment and rest for about 5 minutes. Continue the treatment, and try to breathe more slowly. If you keep having problems during treatments, tell your doctor.
If medication sticks to the sides of the nebulizer cup during treatment, you can shake the cup to loosen it.
Read the user’s manual for more information.
Points of interest:
• Nimo Nebulizer comes with:
Nebulization adjustable medication cup.
Adult face mask.
Child face mask.
5 air filters.
• MMAD 3 – 3.5 μm.
• Nebulization rate 0.2 – 0.4 ml \ min.
• Sound level 55 dB.
• Max working pressure 2.5 bar.
• Any medication should be taken as doctor prescribed.