Nebulizer CICO BOY

Nebulizer CICO BOY

R796.95

R796.95  including VAT

 

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Sere-med’s Cico Boy nebulizer offers a unique feature …. selected treatments!

By using the appropriate adaptor, you are assured of an effective treatment of either the upper respiratory tract, bronchial tract or lower respiratory tract that is required by your doctor.

Supplied with:

An adult / child mask, Nebulizing chamber, Tubing and Adaptor

Read instructions prior to use!!

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IMPORTANT FEATURES OF PARTICLE ADAPTORS IN CICOBOY NEBULIZERS

Different particle adaptors for selected respiratory treatments of either the upper/lower respiratory tract and bronchial tract.

ADAPTOR A

For the upper respiratory tract with a maximum output of 0.25ml/min

ADAPTOR B

For the bronchial tract with a maximum output of 0.28ml/min

ADAPTOR C

For the lower respiratory tract with a maximum output of 0.26ml/min

These different sized adaptors assure that our nebulizers deposit the maximum amount of medicine into either the upper/lower respiratory tract, and tracheal bronchial tract to be effective.

How does it work??

Using the FDA approved Andy Flow nebulizing chamber together with the selected adaptor, the maximum amount of medication will be deposited into the area to be treated i.e. reduced particle size (smallest) to the lower respiratory tract for example.

Choose Cico Boy and you will have a nebulizer that is reliable, manufactured of quality components and has an established proven track record in the international and both the South African medical market and public sectors.

Nebulizers

Nebulizers are used to treat various lung diseases such as: asthma, cystic fibrosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), respiratory infections, bronchitis and other severe forms of lung infections and diseases.

The nebulizer machine uses compressed air to atomize and vaporise liquid medication into small aerosol droplets, or a mist, that can be inhaled directly into the lungs. Many medications are available as inhaled treatments. When medication is inhaled, it has a better chance to reach the small airways, thus increasing its effectiveness.

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