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How do I clean my AeroChamber plus?

How do I clean my AeroChamber plus?

The AeroChamber Plus* Flow-Vu* Chamber should be cleaned once a week. The Chamber is easy to clean and is dishwasher safe. If not cleaning in the dishwasher, the chamber can be washed in lukewarm water and detergent and then rinsed and allowed to air dry or put in the top rack of the dishwasher for the wash cycle.

What instructions should you provide about cleaning the AeroChamber spacer device?

Clean the AeroChamber® once a week or sooner if needed.

  • Remove the back rubber piece for the AeroChamber®.
  • Soak the parts for 15 minutes in luke warm water with liquid detergent.
  • Place the Aerochamber® in the dishwasher on the top rack.
  • Shake off excess water.
  • Air dry in a vertical position.
  • How often should you wash spacer?

    Spacers should be cleaned at least once a month; otherwise their performance is adversely affected. They should be washed in warm, soapy water and allowed to dry naturally in the air.

    How do I clean my Aerochamber plus Z stat?

    Cleaning Your Chamber piece only. in soapy water, agitate gently and rinse or place in dishwasher on top rack. Dishwasher instructions can be found with the complete instructions packaged with your AEROCHAMBER PLUS®Z STAT® aVHC.

    Should you wash your spacer?

    Spacers should be cleaned once a week. Take the spacer apart and wash it in warm water containing a little dishwashing detergent or mild soap. Do not rinse the spacer. It is important to leave residual soap on the inside lining of the spacer, to minimise static electricity in the spacer.

    How often should spacer devices be cleaned?

    How do you clean an Aerochamber plus Z stat?

    When should a spacer be cleaned?

    If it’s a new spacer, clean it before you use it for the first time, then once a month afterwards. Take your spacer apart and gently clean it with warm water and a detergent, such as washing-up liquid.

    Is an Aerochamber the same as a spacer?

    A holding chamber or “spacer”, such as an Aerochamber® helps your child use a metered dose inhaler (MDI). Metered Dose Inhalers are used to get medicine directly into the lungs where it is needed. This allows the medicine to work quicker than the same type of medicine taken by liquid or pill form.

    Can I drink water after using my inhaler?

    If you are using a corticosteroid inhaler, gargle and rinse out your mouth with water after use. Do not swallow the water. Swallowing the water will increase the chance that the medicine will get into your bloodstream.

    How often should spacer devices for inhalers be cleaned?

    Can I wash my spacer in the dishwasher?

    Most manufacturers say their spacers and valved holding chambers are dishwasher safe. Follow the instructions carefully. Most should not be put through a dry cycle or washed in water hotter than 158 degrees.

    How often should a spacer be cleaned?

    How often should a spacer be changed?

    Drying with a cloth, or cleaning the spacer more frequently than every month, can cause static to build up on the inside of the spacer, which can impair its performance. Spacers should be replaced every 6 to 12 months. You can check your inhaler technique with your doctor, practice nurse or pharmacist.

    How do I clean my AeroChamber plus Z stat?

    Do I need a prescription for an AeroChamber?

    AeroChamber Plus® Flow-Vu® VHC is a device available by prescription only for patients who may have difficulty with the coordination and control involved in using MDIs correctly.

    What happens if I don’t rinse my mouth after inhaler?

    When you breathe in your steroid inhaler medication, a small amount of steroid can stick to your mouth and throat as it makes its way into your lungs to help you breathe. If this small amount of steroid is not rinsed out from the inside of your mouth or throat, it can cause a fungal infection known as thrush.

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