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MQ6000

Airial Compressor Nebulizer

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$60.06

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SKU: MQ6000

$60.06

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Drive Medical Compartment Style Compressor Nebulizer comes with tubing and a disposable neb kit. It features an attractive, sleek design and has a convenient storage compartment. The Drive Medical MQ6000 Compartment Style Nebulizer is a durable and quiet system with a piston-driven compressor.

For younger patients, you may like the Airial Express Compressor Nebulizer, which has a fun and whimsical train design.

Completing a Treatment

  • Place the mouthpiece of your nebulizer in your mouth. (An aerosol mask is an option for those who have difficulties using a nebulizer.)
  • Sit straight to open the lungs to their full capacity.
  • Take slow, deep breaths.
  • Try to fill your lungs so that you cannot take in any more air.
  • Hold your breath for one to two seconds, or for the length of time your doctor prescribed.
  • Breathe out slowly through the nebulizer's mouthpiece (or through the mask).
  • Repeat this cycle for the length of the treatment.
  • Treatments usually take from five to twenty minutes.
  • *When the medication cup is empty, and no more mist comes from your nebulizer, you are through with treatment.
  • Turn off the compressor and clean your nebulizer.
Drive Medical Airial Compressor

How to Operate Your Compressor

  • If this is your first time using your compressor, clean completely (*see cleaning instructions).
  1. Place it on a flat surface so that the controls are easy to reach.
  2. Carefully turn the cap on the cup to the left (counter-clockwise).
  3. Load the base with your prescribed medicine.
  4. Place the cone into the base.
  5. Carefully put the cap back on, turning to the right (clockwise).
  6. Verify that the two parts are snug.
  7. Hook up one side of the air tube to the bottom of the cup.
  8. Connect the other side of the tube to the recepticle at the top of the compressor.
  9. Stick your mouthpiece or mask on to the top of the cap.
  10. Verify that the power switch is in the 'Off' position.
  11. Plug the power cord into the wall outlet.
  12. Power on the compressor.
  13. Start treatment.
  14. *If you need to interrupt your treatment, turn the unit off using the power switch.
  15. Upon finishing treatment, turn the compressor off.
  16. Unplug the unit.

Notifications

This unit is protected by a thermal sensor. If the unit gets too hot, the sensor will power down the unit. If this happens:

  • Turn the device off with the power switch.
  • Disconnect it from the wall outlet.
  • Let the motor cool for fourty minutes.
  • Check all air openings and clear any blockage.

Precautions and Warnings

  • Do not use near aerosol products.
  • Do not operate near combustible liquids or vapors or where they may be present.
  • Do not run the compressor in or near any oxygen-enriched environments.
  • Do not use the unit around water.
  • Do not use if any parts are damaged.
  • Always unplug the unit before cleaning, adding medicine, or after using it.

Cleaning Instructions

Compressor -
  • Turn unit off.
  • Unplug it from the wall.
  • Use a clean moist cloth to wipe down the outside.
  • Keep the unit dust-free by cleaning every few days.
  • Do not use powdered detergents or abrasive as these can damage the finish.
Nebulizer -
  • Turn unit off.
  • Unplug it from the wall.
  • Disconnect the tubing.
  • Remove the mouthpiece, the mask, and the nebulizer cup.
  • Carefully turn the nebulizer cup to open it.
  • Put the cup, the mouthpiece, and the mask under running water.
  • Let air dry.
  • Put the cup back together.
  • Store in a air-tight container.
Drive Medical Airial Compressor

Disinfecting Your Unit

  • Use a clean bowl or container
  • Mix three parts distilled water to one part white vinegar.
  • Make sure there is enough to cover the nebulizer, mouthpiece, and mask.
  • Wash the cup, the mouthpiece, and the mask with a non-abrasive cleaner.
  • Clean them again under running hot water.
  • Soak these parts in the vinegar solution for at least thirty minutes.
  • *You can use a medical bacterial-germicidal instead.
  • Clean your hands with soap and water.
  • Remove the items from the solution.
  • Rinse using hot water.
  • Air-dry the parts on a clean, absorbent surface*.
  • Store the unit in an air-tight bag.
  • *Do not dry with a towel as this may lead to contamination.

How to Change the Filter

  • To avoid damaging your unit, only use the appropriate filter.
  • Do not reuse filters.
  • Never operate without having a filter in place.
  • Locate the filter on the unit.
  • Open the filter cover.
  • Take out the old filter.
  • Put in a new filter.
  • Close the filter cover.
  • Throw away the old filter.
  • *Use Drive Medical filters only.

General Instructions

  • Clean after each use.
  • Disinfect once per day.
  • Do not use nebulizer cups for more than one person.

Maintenance

  • There are no serviceable parts.
  • Please do not attempt to make any repairs to the unit.
  • Send all maintenance issues to a qualified Drive provider or authorized service center.

How a Nebulizer with a Compressor Works

The compressor forces air into a tank. As more air comes in, the pressure increases. This pressurized air gets released into the nebulizer, driving the action. The nebulizer breaks liquid medication down into a fine mist. The mist-laden air moves through the mouthpiece and into the lungs.

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Product Features and Benefits

  • Sleek and Attractive Design
  • Quiet, Durable, and Sturdy
  • Piston-Driven Compressor
  • Convenient Storage Compartment
  • Includes Tubing and Disposable Neb Kit

Product Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Drive Medical
  • Product Number: MQ6000
  • Liter Flow: = 8 lpm
  • Medication Capacity: 5 mL
  • Maximum Pressure: = 30 psi
  • Operating Pressure 10 psi
  • Operating Temperature Range: 50°F to 104°F
  • Operating Humidity Range: 10% to 95% RH
  • Storage Temperature Range: -4°F to 158°F
  • Noise Level: 55 dBA
  • Weight: 4.3 lbs
  • Warranty: 5-Year Limited
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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.

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