Dynarex Nebulizer Mask System

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Nebulization Supplies

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Learn About Dynarex Nebulizer Mask System 

Use aerosol therapy to treat and manage respiratory disorders such as asthma and COPD. The 7-foot crush-resistant oxygen tubing provides fast, effective delivery of medications. With a capacity of 5cc/ml, the nebulizer mask and tubing locks with a quarter turn to make sure no drop is wasted.

Dynarex Nebulizer Mask System Features:

  • All nebulizers come with 7 Foot Oxygen Tubing
  • Medication capacity of 5 cc/ml is conveniently graduated on medication cups
  • Locks with ¼ turn and is spill proof

Specifications:

Application Compressor Nebulizer System
Delivery Method Aerosol Mask Delivery
Nebulizer Type Small Volume
Oxygen Tube Length 7 Foot Oxygen Tube Length
Reservoir Tube Length Without Reservoir Tube
Reservoir Type Medication Cup
Usage Single Patient Use
User Universal

Shipping, Payment, & Returns

Shipping

Bttn provides free shipping on all of our products. Expected delivery times range from 7-14 business days.  

Payment Options

Payments are accepted via card, check, or PO. 

If you are paying by check, please promptly send all checks to 146 N Canal St Suite 300, Seattle, WA 98103. 

If paying by PO follow the steps below:
1) Ensure that your Purchase Order correctly reflects the order placed on bttnusa.com
2) Download your organization's PO to your computer
3) Open your email application
4) Create a new email with the subject line "Bttn (Order #)" PO
5) Add accounting@bttnusa.com as the recipient
6) Attach your organization's PO
7) Press Send

Return Policy

30-day return policy.

You can request a return up to 30 days after receiving your item. To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it, unworn or unused, with tags, and in its original packaging. You’ll also need the receipt or proof of purchase. 

To start a return, you can contact us. If your return is accepted, we’ll send you a return shipping label, as well as instructions on how and where to send your package. Items sent back to us without first requesting a return will not be accepted. 

Contact us for any return questions at support@bttnusa.com

FAQs

Nebulizer Mask System Faqs FAQs

Is a mouthpiece or mask better for a nebulizer?

While mouthpieces are preferred over masks because the medication goes directly into the lungs, rather than spreading into the nose and face.

How often should you replace nebulizer tubing?

Replacing nebulizer tubing depends on if it's disposable or non-disposable tubing. Disposable tubing should be replaced roughly every 10 treatments or bimonthly. Non-disposable tubing should be replaced every 6-12 months (depending on usage).

Can you buy nebulizer tubing over the counter?

Yes, nebulizer tubing can be purchased over the counter or at most big retailers.

Do you need a prescription for a nebulizer mask?

For most nebulizer medications, a prescription is needed to purchase.

How often should I clean my nebulizer?

At least once a week, you should complete thorough cleaning of your nebulizer machine to avoid any bacterial growth. Read the instructions from the manufacturer to learn more about their product-specific cleaning instructions.

What are nebulizer treatments used for?

Nebulizer treatments are beneficial for those who have asthma, cystic fibrosis, and other respiratory disorders.

What is a nebulizer machine?

A nebulizer is a machine that administers liquid medication directly into the lungs via inhalation by converting the medication into a mist.

Can you put saline in a nebulizer?

Yes, saline is safe to put in a nebulizer. It is commonly used to help in the treatment of bronchitis and other respiratory issues.

How do I use a nebulizer with a mask?

Connect one end of the tubing to the nebulizer machine and the other to the face mask Add the medicine to the medicine cup Turn on the machine Fit the mask over your face (or the patients) Keep the machine running and the face mask on until the medicine is all gone (typically 10-15 minutes) For more information, check out Boston Children’s Hospital video with instructions.

Where can I buy a nebulizer?

Nebulizers can be puchased over the counter at various stores such as Walgreens, Rite Aid and other medical retailers.