The Rossmax NA100 is a Nebulizer set with a powerful piston compressor that allows for efficient treatment while nebulizing
The nebulizer has a patented valve adjustable nebulizer bottle accompanied with mouthpiece and masks for adult and child
The proprietary adjustable valve is able to deliver medications of different viscosity levels according to every user's conditions without exchanging parts
The Valve Adjustable Technology (VAT) bottle allows users to adjust different levels of nebulization rate 0.15 ml/min (closed) / 0.4 ml/min (fully opened) while maintaining consistent particle size
Higher nebulization rate (fully opened) is for higher viscosity medications and higher breathing capacity users while lower nebulization rate with closed valve will be more appropriate for kids/infants with lower breathing capacity
VAT is recommended for respiratory disorders such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and asthma as well as intensive use in general
The nebulizer has consistent fine particle size for efficient respiratory treatment
Technical specifications: ◦ Mass Median Aerodynamic Diameter (MMAD) ≤2.2 μm ◦ Fine Particle Dose (FPD): 80-85%
The package includes: ◦ A nebulizer ◦ Air Tube ◦ Air Filters ◦ Instruction Manual ◦ Masks (Adult & Child) ◦ Mouthpiece
The device comes with 3 years of manufacturer warranty
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. Thse 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.
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