Beurer IH 58 Nebuliser With Compressed-Air Technology

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What is Beurer IH 58 Nebuliser With Compressed-Air Technology? 

Beurer IH 58 Nebuliser With Compressed-Air Technology is easy-to-use, small, lightweight and ultra-quiet, offering high performance in a small package. It’s the perfect aid for when you’re travelling or on the go for colds, asthma and other respiratory diseases.


How to use this product

Always use Beurer IH 58 Nebuliser With Compressed-Air Technology exactly as described in the patient information leaflet or as your doctor / Chemist4U pharmacist has told you. Take the device out of the packaging and place it on a flat surface. Before using the device for the first time, you should clean and disinfect the atomiser and accessories (refer to the patient information leaflet for detailed instructions on how to correctly clean your nebuliser).


To use, start by connecting the compressed air hose to the bottom of the medication container. Connect the other end of the compressed air hose to the nebuliser hose connection by turning it slightly. To turn on the nebuliser, plug the micro USB cable into the micro USB port on the nebuliser. Plug the other end of the micro USB cable into the USB port on the mains adapter and insert the mains adapter into the socket. Press the ON/OFF button on the nebuliser. The ON/ OFF button illuminates blue. The nebuliser is now operational.


The best way to use this nebuliser is through the mouthpiece. Nebulisation using a mask is only recommended if it’s not possible to use a mouthpiece (e.g. for children who are not yet able to inhale medication using a mouthpiece). If you are using the adult mask, you can secure it to your head with the adult mask strap. There is also a strap for the children’s mask. When using a mask to inhale, take care to ensure the mask fits well and the eyes are not obstructed. 


Before the treatment, pull the atomiser upwards out of the holder and start the nebuliser using the On/Off switch. Spray mist pouring out of the atomiser indicates that the device is operating correctly. When inhaling, sit upright and relaxed at a table. Sitting slouched or in an armchair can impair the effectiveness of the treatment as your airways will be compressed. Breathe in the atomised medication deeply.


What is a nebuliser?

A nebuliser provides doses of medicines both quickly and easily by changing liquid medicine into a fine mist. You can then breathe in this medicated mist through the nebuliser either through the mouthpiece or by wearing a face mask. They’re particularly useful if you suffer from a respiratory condition or illness like asthma, cystic fibrosis or a common cold.


Is Beurer IH 58 Nebuliser With Compressed-Air Technology suitable for children? 

Yes, Beurer IH 58 Nebuliser With Compressed-Air Technology is suitable for children. If your child is using this nebuliser, you must ensure that they wear a child’s face mask and that it’s not obstructing their eyes.


Storage information

Store in a cool, dry place out of sight and reach of children.

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