Features of Drive Fish Pediatric Compressor Nebulizer
- Drive fish pediatric compressor nebulizer has an easy-to-replace filter
- The powerful piston pump is efficient, dependable, and quiet
- Child-friendly design to encourage therapy compliance
- Drive fish nebulizer breaks down the liquid medication into a very fine mist
Drive Fish Pediatric Compressor Nebulizer User Manual
What does Drive Fish Nebulizer Include?
- Disposable neb kit
- Pediatric aerosol mask
- Carry bag
- Replacement filters
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When to use this Nebulizer?
Compressor Nebulizer Systems are a means of delivering the prescribed medications to the lungs and help in the treatment of the following respiratory problems:
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Hay Fever or Allergies
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How to use Fish Pediatric Compressor Nebulizer?
- Before each use inspects the Compressor and nebulizer cup assembly for damage or wear, and replace them as needed.
- Place the Compressor on a table or other flat stable surface. Be sure you can easily reach the controls when seated. Do not use this device on the floor.
- With the power switch in the O (OFF) position, plug the power cord into an appropriate electrical wall outlet.
- Connect one end of the tubing to the compressor air-outlet connector.
- Assemble the nebulizer cup and add indicated medication to the nebulizer’s cup before use.
- Attach the other end of the tubing to the air-inlet connector found at the bottom of the nebulizer cup.
- Turn on the Compressor by pressing the power switch to the I (ON) position and begin treatment.
- If treatment needs to be interrupted, simply press the power switch to O (OFF) position.
- When the treatment is complete, turn off the compressor by pressing the power switch to O (OFF) position and unplug the unit from the electrical outlet.
- Always unplug this device immediately after use.
- DO NOT use this product in or near explosive atmospheres, or where aerosol (spray) products are being used.
- DO NOT pump combustible liquids or vapors with the product or use in or near an area where flammable or explosive liquids or vapors may exist.
- DO NOT operate this product in an oxygen-enriched environment, i.e. oxygen tent or oxygen hood.
- Use only in well-ventilated areas.
Cleaning and Maintenance
All parts of the pediatric nebulizer, except the tubing, should be cleaned according to the following instructions. To prevent possible risk of infection from contaminated medication, cleaning of the nebulizer is recommended after each aerosol treatment. Disinfecting is recommended once a day.
Clean After Every Use
- With the power switch in the “ Off” position, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
- Disconnect the tubing from the air-inlet connector and set it aside.
- Disassemble the mouthpiece or mask from the cap. Open the nebulizer by turning the cap counterclockwise and remove the baffle.
- Wash all items, except tubing, in a hot water/dishwashing detergent solution. Rinse under hot tap water for 30 seconds to remove detergent residue. Allow to air dry.
- Reusable nebulizers can be cleaned daily in a dishwasher using the top shelf or by following the above cleaning procedure.
The Drive Reusable Nebulizer is dishwasher safe, but do not place any Drive Disposable Nebulizer parts in an automatic dishwasher; doing so could cause damage.
- Using a clean container or bowl, soak items in three parts hot water to one part white vinegar for 30 minutes OR use a medical bacterial-germicidal disinfectant available through your provider. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully.
- With clean hands, remove items from the disinfectant solution, rinse under hot tap water, and air dry on a clean paper towel. Store in a zip-lock bag.. Keep the outer surface of the tubing dust-free by wiping it regularly. Nebulizer tubing does not have to be washed because only filtered air passes through it.
- With the power switch in the “Off ” position, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
- Wipe the outside of the compressor cabinet with a clean damp cloth every few days to keep it dust-free.
How to change the Filter?
- The filter should be changed every 6 months or sooner if the filter discolors.
- Remove the filter by grasping it firmly and pulling it out of the unit. Discard the old filter.
- Replace with a new Drive filter. Additional filters should be purchased from your Drive provider.
- Push the new filter into position.
Drive Fish Pediatric Compressor Nebulizer Specifications
||120VAC, single phase, 60Hz
|Storage/Transport Temperature Range
||-25 to 70°C (-13 to 158°F)
||10% to 95%
||15% to 95% non-condensing
|Operating Temperature Range
||10 to 40°C (50 to 104°F)
|Compressor Free Air Flow
||8 lpm or greater
||30 psig / 206 KPa or greater
|Operating Pressure Range
||10 psig or greater
|Operating Noise Level
||< 63 dBA
|Method of Nebulization
||0.5 µm to 10 µm
||5.25" (W) x 6.75" (H) x 9.25" (D)
Drive Pediatric Nebulizer Warranty
Limited 5 Year Warranty