Omron C801 Kids Compressor Nebulizer

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The Omron C801 Kids Compressor Nebulizer is a compressor nebulizer for the treatment of lower airways…

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Description

The Omron C801 Kids Compressor Nebulizer is a compressor nebulizer for the treatment of lower airways respiratory diseases like asthma in babies and children. It is specially designed for babies and children, thanks to its silent operation and child-friendly design.

The Omron C801 Kids Compressor Nebulizer comes with a puppet accessory that can be attached to the device to enable children to feel more comfortable while inhaling. The device also comes with a child and infant mask for children and babies.

The Omron C801 Kids Compressor Nebulizer was developed in conjunction with respiratory therapists for the successful treatment of asthma, chronic bronchitis, allergies and other respiratory disorders. The compressor forces air to the nebulizer kit. When the air enters the nebulizer kit, it converts the prescribed medication into an aerosol of microscopic droplets that can easily be inhaled. Operate the device only as instructed by your doctor and/or respiratory therapist. It improves compliance with drug treatment.

The Omron C801 Kids Compressor Nebulizer is designed for the treatment of lower airways conditions, with the particle size of 3.0 µm. It efficiently delivers medication achieved through Virtual Valve Technology and has a nebulization rate of 0.3 ml per minute. The small compact device has a silent operation at the noise level of 46 dB.

The Omron C801 Kids Compressor Nebulizer contains:

  • Nebulizer kit.
  • Air tube.
  • Mouthpiece.
  • Infant mask.
  • Child mask.
  • Air filter.
  • AC Adapter.
  • Instruction manual.
  • Storage bag.

Uses

The Omron Kids C801 Compressor Nebulizer was developed for the successful treatment of asthma, allergies and other respiratory disorders. The compressor forces air to the nebulizer. When the air enters the nebulizer, it converts the prescribed medication into an aerosol of microscopic droplets that can easily be inhaled. It has a low sound level so it allows for a very quiet and comfortable operation.

The Omron C801 Kids Compressor Nebulizer is intended to provide air to the pneumatic nebulizer in order to aerosolize medications for inhalation by the patient for respiratory disorders. The medication that is pumped up through the medication channel is mixed with compressed air which is generated by a compressor pump. The compressed air mixed with medication is turned into fine particles and sprayed by being impacted to the baffle.

Application

Connecting AC adapter

Make sure that the power switch is turned off. Check that the power switch is in the off position.

Inserting the power plug of the AC adapter into the power connector on the compressor.

Plug the AC adapter into a power outlet. Note: When disconnecting the AC adapter, unplug the AC adapter from the power outlet before removing the power connector on the compressor.

Adding medication and assembling the parts

Remove the mask or mouthpiece, kids accessory and cap from the nebulizer kit.

Remove the inhalation top from the medication tank. Rotate the inhalation top anti-clockwise. Lift the inhalation top out of the medication tank.

Add the correct amount of prescribed medication to the medication tank.

The capacity of the medication tank is 2 to 7 ml. Note: Scales on the nebulizer kit are for reference only. The scale on the outside of the tank is with no vaporizer head in place. Please use the scale on your syringe or vial for accurate measurement of medication.

Make sure that the vaporizer head is securely attached to the inhalation top.

Put the inhalation top back inside the medication tank. Align the protrusion on the inhalation top with the indent on the medication tank, as shown. Rotate the inhalation top clockwise and align with the medication tank until they click in place.

Attach the cap, kids accessory, mask or mouthpiece to the nebulizer kit. Attach the cap to the inhalation air inlet. Attach the kids accessory to the inhalation top. Attach the mask or mouthpiece to the inhalation top. If the amount of aerosol is too small, it is not necessary to place the cap.

Attach the air tube. Twist the air tube plug slightly and push it firmly into the air tube connector on the compressor. Twist the air tube plug slightly and push it firmly into the air tube connector on the medication tank. Make sure that the air tube is securely attached to the compressor and nebulizer kit, and does not come loose. Twist the air tube plug slightly when inserting it into the air tube connectors to avoid the air tube disconnecting during use. Take care not to spill the medication when attaching the air tube. Keep the nebulizer kit upright.

Taking medication

Hold the nebulizer kit mask over the childs face. Do not tilt the nebulizer kit so that it is at an angle of greater than 45° in all directions. Medication may flow into the mouth or it may result in not nebulizing effectively.

Press the power switch to the on position. The compressor starts and nebulization starts. Observe whether aerosol is generated. To stop nebulization Press the power switch to the off position. Do not cover the compressor with a blanket or towel etc., during use. Do not block the air filter cover. Limit use to 20 minutes at a time, and allow a 40 minute interval before using the device again. When using the device, the main unit may become hot. Do not touch the main unit for other than necessary operation such as turning off the power while nebulizing. Do not leave the compressor on for a long period of time. This could result in the compressor overheating or malfunctioning.

Inhale medication according to your doctor’s and/or health care adviser’s instructions. Attach the mask so that it covers your nose and mouth and inhale the medication. Exhale through the mask.

Using the mouthpiece: Insert the mouthpiece into your mouth and inhale the medication breathing normally. Exhale as normal through the mouthpiece.

When treatment is complete, turn the power off. Check that there is no condensation or moisture in the air tube and unplug the device from the power outlet.

If there is moisture or liquid remaining in the air tube, make sure that the air tube is still connected to the air connector on the compressor. Unplug the air tube from the nebulizer kit. Turn on the compressor and pump air through the air tube to expel the moisture.

Cleaning

Clean the parts after each use to remove residual medication. This will avoid inefficient nebulization or infection.

Washable parts: Nebulizer Kit (Inhalation top, Medication tank), Kids accessory, Mask, Mouthpiece, Nosepiece, Air Tube (Silicone) Wash them in warm water and mild detergent (neutral detergent). Rinse them thoroughly with clean hot tap water and allow to air dry in a clean place.

Non-washable parts: Compressor, Air Tube (PVC) Firstly, make sure that the power plug is unplugged from the power outlet. Wipe clean with a soft cloth moistened with water or mild detergent (neutral detergent).

Air Filter: Do not wash or clean the air filter. If the air filter becomes wet, replace it. Damp air filters can cause blockages. 

Disinfecting

Always disinfect the parts after the last treatment of the day. If the parts are heavily stained, replace them with new ones.