Nowadays, the nebulizer is one of the popular products used in the medical industry. The safety and convenience of nebulization inhalation therapy are becoming more and more common, and it has become the first choice for people suffering from respiratory diseases. Therefore, for families with respiratory diseases, they usually have a household atomizer at home, but most families do not know the correct use of the atomizer after leaving the professional atomization treatment by the doctor in the hospital. Steps and methods, this article is mainly to tell many families detailed steps and methods of use.
Step 1: Take out the compressor atomizer and place it on a clean table or table.
Step 2: Prepare a suitable power supply and power socket.
1. Connect the atomizer and the power adapter
2. Insert the plug of the power adapter into the power socket
Step 3: Turn on the atomizer and check whether the parts are complete.
Step 4: Place the medicine
1. Finished medicine—just drop the aerosol into the atomization chamber and cover the lid
2. Medications that need to be mixed by yourself:
First, use a syringe to inhale the medicine according to the dose of the medicine that the doctor tells you, making sure to expel all the bubbles;
Secondly, inject the medicine into the atomization chamber, you can inject more than one type of medicine into the atomization chamber; For example-you can mix Pulmicort and Tretonin, and give both types of medicine to your child at the same time .
Then it may be necessary to add some physiological saline into the spray chamber, a total of 4 ml of liquid, and then close the lid. Normal saline is sterile saline, you can buy it at a pharmacy.
Step 5: Connect the atomization chamber to the atomization mask, and then connect one end of the compressor tube to the medicine cup and the mask, and the other end to the atomizer air outlet.
Step 6: Use the atomizer
1. Use a mask to cover the user’s nose and mouth tightly. What needs attention here is not to leave the pacifier in the user’s mouth. If the user is not using a mask but a mouthpiece, put the mouthpiece between the upper and lower teeth of the user, and let the user wrap the mouthpiece tightly with his lips.
2. Turn on the compressor switch button, and the mist-like medicine will be transferred to the mask through the hose through the operation of the compressor for the user to use.
3. Let the user breathe slowly through the mouth. Keep your breathing rate at normal 3 or 4 breaths and then take a deep breath.
4. When the user can’t feel the mist, tap the atomization chamber 3-4 times. If no mist is released after tapping the atomization chamber, it means that your child has taken all the medicine.
Step 7: Turn off the atomizer
1. When the medicine is absorbed, turn off the switch of the atomizing compressor.
2. Remove the mask covering the nose and mouth of the user or take out the mouthpiece from the mouth.
3. Use a warm damp cloth to wipe off the medicine remaining on the user’s face or the corners of the mouth.
4. After medication, give the user a mouthwash or drink water.
Precautions for the use of atomizer
1. Before use, check whether the atomizer is installed as a whole, and do not fill the atomizer cup with warm water or hot water.
2. Inhaled medical drugs must be water-soluble, stable, low-viscosity, and suitable for human use.
3. Be gentle when using. Don’t use too much force when pulling out the atomizing cup. This will easily damage the mouthpiece and rupture the catheter, which will affect the next use.
4. The inhalation time of each atomization should not exceed 20 minutes, and the liquid addition should not exceed 80% of the cup capacity.
5. When the liquid medicine is stored in the atomizer, please do not carry or store the product; do not place the product in a place where infants or unconscious patients can reach.
6. When the operating temperature of this product exceeds 60 degrees Celsius, it will automatically stop working.
7. Handle the atomizer with care, avoid knocks, and prevent damage to the atomization cup and shell; do not pull the power cord, and form a ring when not in use to straighten out the circuit to prevent disconnection or damage to the skin.