Drive Model 646 Nebulizer
Drive Model 646 Nebulizer

Drive Model 646 Nebulizer

Brand/Manufacturer: DRIVE MEDICAL
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Drive Model 646 Nebulizer converts liquid into aerosol via high velocity, compressed air stream Used in conjunction with a DeVilbiss brand compressor, it delivers consistent aerosol particles to the lungs of COPD patients. It is used with a DeVilbiss brand compressor for treatment of asthmatic patients. Drive 646 Nebulizer is designed for comfortable administration of fine mists of uniform density to reach deep into lung capacity.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
#646 Model 646 Each $1.60
$50.99
$31.99

Features of Drive 646 Nebulizer

  • Comes complete with tubing, activator valve, mouthpiece, and extra jet
  • Designed to produce a dense high-quality aerosol for administration of your prescribed medication
  • When cared for properly, nebulizer should give years of dependable service
  • Unique "T" piece allows patient to leave nebulizer in mouth while exhaling
  • Attaches to aerosol face mask or face tent and can be hand operated or compressed air driven with a DeVilbiss brand compressor
  • A break-resistant nebulizer that easily disassembles for sterilization by using one of the following methods:
    - Autoclaving
    - Boiling or cold sterilization
  • Polycarbonate plastic nebulizer may be used with or without mouthpiece
  • MMAD:
    - 5 microns
  • Capacity:
    - 5cc
  • User Manual

Note: Prescription can be emailed or faxed to 1.203.616.2851. To email please: Click Here

More About Drive 646 Nebulizer

To Fill:
  • Remove port cap and position nebulizer aerosol port in an upward position.
  • Fill nebulizer through the main aerosol port with a prescribed amount of medication.
  • The nebulizer is designed with a no-spill internal rim to prevent the medication from accidentally spilling.
  • Do not fill above o-ring at the base of medication reservoir. Overfilling may cause nebulizer to leak.
To Use:
  • It is important to be in a comfortable upright position during your treatment.
  • Fill nebulizer as previously instructed. Attach mouthpiece to T-piece.
    - Note: The Model 646 nebulizer includes a mouthpiece specifically designed for use with this model. It is not compatible with other sizes of mouthpieces.
  • Attach nebulizer tubing to a mechanical compressor such as the DeVilbiss 5650, 4650, or 3655 series compressors. If compressed air or oxygen is used, set regulator to permit 5-7 lbs. pressure or a flow of 6-8 liters per minute.
  • To attain maximum aerosol output, remove air vent cap from side vent of the nebulizer.
  • Turn on an air compressor. Aerosol will not flow until thumb-valve is closed as described below.
  • Position mouthpiece between teeth. Place finger over thumb-valve. As aerosol begins to flow, inhale deeply. At the end of the inhalation, remove finger from thumb-valve and hold breath for two seconds.
  • Remove nebulizer from mouth and exhale slowly.
  • This procedure should be repeated until all prescribed medication is nebulized.
    - Note: Blow through T-piece Model 646 nebulizer is designed to remain in the mouth during exhalation if desired.
  • The nebulizer may be used without a mouthpiece.
  • Position nebulizer aerosol port in mouth so that aerosol avoids teeth and tongue. Follow same administration procedure as described above.
To Clean:
  • Remove nebulizer tubing from compressor and nebulizer. Remove mask or mouthpiece.
  • Unscrew upper half of nebulizer from the lower half and rinse all parts under hot tap water after every use.
  • Daily, wash nebulizer, jet, mouthpiece, thumb-valve in hot, soapy water. If jet is clogged, use cleaning wire (not shown).
  • Rinse with hot tap water for 30 seconds, then soak in one part white vinegar (>=5% acetic acid concentration) to three parts hot water (131ËšF-149ºF/55ËšC65ËšC) for 30 minutes. Rinse with hot tap water and air dry. Replace or clean tubing monthly by following nebulizer cleaning instructions.
  • To remove excess water from tubing, attach to compressor or air source and allow air to pass through tubing until excess moisture is removed.
  • A nebulizer is constructed of latex-free polycarbonate that, with the exception of the mouthpiece and o-ring, will withstand sterilization by autoclaving (@ 273ËšF for 15 minutes) or boiling. It may also be sterilized with any suitable germicidal agent.
  • Always prepare a fresh solution for each cleaning cycle.
  • To avoid possible contamination, your nebulizer should be stored with port and vent caps in place until your next treatment.

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