Roscoe Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer System
- Most treatments in 10 minutes
- Reduces anxiety of treatment with friendly-design
- Built-in carrying handle and nebulizer docking port
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Roscoe Medical Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer - Overview
The Bunny Nebulizer by Roscoe Medical is a child-friendly device that delivers effective respiratory therapy through a mouthpiece or face mask assembly. The quiet state-of-the-art compressor along with the bunny design helps to eliminate anxiety during treatments. The Bunny Nebulizer is lightweight, only 3.4 pounds, and has a built-in handle making it easy to move from room to room. A built-in docking station makes storing the nebulizer and medicine cup assembly easy until the next use. The Roscoe Medical Bunny Nebulizer even comes with an integrated power supply, so there is no need to worry about extra cables or battery packs.
Roscoe Pediatric Bunny Nebulizer Compressor System - Features
- To reduce anxiety during treatments, Roscoe has come up with this new, child-friendly design.
- The nebulizer offers smooth and soundless treatments.
- The pistol compressor provides an effective aerosol treatment.
- At maximum pressure, it delivers 43 PSI with a flow range of 5 to 8 LPM.
- The new innovative design includes a built-in carry handle.
- The docking system on the nebulizer secures it from sliding.
Roscoe Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer Box Includes
- Roscoe Pediatric Bunny Nebulizer Compressor System
- Disposable Nebulizer Kit
- Child-sized Mask
- Angled Mouthpiece
- 5 Extra Filters
- User Manual
- 5 Year Warranty
How to Use Roscoe Medical Bunny Nebulizer?
The Bunny Nebulizer from Roscoe is quite simple to use. Attach the nebulizer tubing to the outlet port on the rear panel of the device. Connect the other end of the tubing to the medicine cup. Pour the liquid medication into the medicine cup and secure the lid tightly. Next, assemble the mouthpiece and attach it to the top of the medicine cup. Finally, have your child place the mouthpiece firmly between their lips and turn the device on.
Once the device begins to produce intermittent mist, the treatment is complete - most will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Turn the device off and disassemble the nebulizer components. Rinse any excess medication out of the medicine cup and mouthpiece then reassemble and nebulize for a few minutes.
Steps for using the Roscoe Medical Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer:
- Choose a smooth and stable surface to place your Roscoe Bunny Nebulizer.
- Make sure that while you are sitting, you can comfortably access the keys.
- Open the transparent bag and take out the accessories that are inside.
- Important: According to the 'Cleaning Techniques' in the manual, the nebulizer should be properly cleaned before the initial use.
- To disassemble the nebulizer, softly rotate the top portion of the nebulizer counter-clockwise.
- Fill the nebulizer's bottom section with the drug recommended by the doctor. Make sure you replace the cone and fill it with the medicine
- To reassemble the nebulizer, softly rotate the top portion clockwise. Make sure to fit the two parts together.
- Connect one end of an air hose to the nebulizer's base.
- Link the air tube adapter mounted on the side of the compressor to the other end of the air tube.
- Connect the nebulizer portion to the right.
- Plug into an electrical socket with the power cable. Make sure the power switch is at "OFF" status at this point.
- To nebulize your recommended medication, click the power switch.
Important Things To Remember:
- There is a thermal protector in the compressor motor which can shut the unit off if it starts to overheat. When the device has been turned off by the thermal blocker, please:
- Connect the nebulizer portion to the right.
- Plug into an electrical socket with the power cable. Make sure the power switch is in the "OFF" position.
- To continue using your recommended medication, click the power switch.
- When your therapy is finished, shut off the unit and unplug it from the electrical socket.
How To Care & Clean Bunny Pediatric Nebulizer?
Nebulizer components should be cleaned after each use. Disconnect the nebulizer tubing from the device and hand wash the medicine cup, mouthpiece assembly, and face mask with warm, soapy water. To disinfect, bring water to a boil and place the medicine cup and mouthpiece assembly in the boiling water for 10 minutes. Allow all parts to dry thoroughly before reassembling. Be sure to store the unit in a cool, dry place.
The Bunny Nebulizer also uses filters. Be sure to check these regularly. If they become wet, discolored, or damaged, replace them immediately. Do not use the Roscoe Medical Bunny Nebulizer without filters installed. These filters should be replaced approximately every 30 days.
Clean the nebulizer after every use and after the last treatment of the day disinfect it.
- Use white vinegar mixed with three parts of distilled water. Use enough of this solution to submerge the mouthpiece and the nebulizer.
- Submerge these pieces for thirty minutes in the vinegar and water solution.
- Rinse and air dry.
Cleaning the compressor
- Wipe it with a wet cloth every day.
- Do not use any soap pads or powdered cleaners that can affect the finish.
Changing the Filter
- Do not use any other fabrics like cotton. Do not wash the filter or vacuum it. Use filters offered by your distributor only. Don't run the nebulizer without a filter.
- Every 30 days, or when the filter is dark, replace the filter.
- Remove the cover of the filter.
- Replace the used filter with a new one.
- Replace the filter cover.
The Bunny Nebulizer features a 5-year manufacturer warranty, protecting your device from defects in manufacturing. To file a warranty claim, contact our customer care team to assist you. While the Roscoe Medical Bunny Nebulizer is not a prescription device, it is intended to treat respiratory conditions. Contact your physician to determine whether or not this product is appropriate for your child’s care.
How Loud Is The Nebulizer During Treatments?
This pediatric nebulizer produces a low level of sound which can be tolerated by children. It generates a sound of lower than 60 decibels at 1 meter, which is equivalent to the sound of a conversation in a restaurant or similar noise level.