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PARRULES
02-10-2010, 04:03 AM
Hi - we just started pulmozyme. What type of compressor should we be using? We have a Invacare stratos pro. We use the pari pro neb. My son is also on albuterol and pulmocort. Thanks!

PARRULES
02-10-2010, 04:03 AM
Hi - we just started pulmozyme. What type of compressor should we be using? We have a Invacare stratos pro. We use the pari pro neb. My son is also on albuterol and pulmocort. Thanks!

PARRULES
02-10-2010, 04:03 AM
Hi - we just started pulmozyme. What type of compressor should we be using? We have a Invacare stratos pro. We use the pari pro neb. My son is also on albuterol and pulmocort. Thanks!

PARRULES
02-10-2010, 04:03 AM
Hi - we just started pulmozyme. What type of compressor should we be using? We have a Invacare stratos pro. We use the pari pro neb. My son is also on albuterol and pulmocort. Thanks!

PARRULES
02-10-2010, 04:03 AM
Hi - we just started pulmozyme. What type of compressor should we be using? We have a Invacare stratos pro. We use the pari pro neb. My son is also on albuterol and pulmocort. Thanks!

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02-10-2010, 10:52 AM
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erock77
02-11-2010, 05:31 PM
I was on a long search for compressors, I had Pari Pro-nebs get slower and slower over just a couple years. I think we need a serious compressor for the 1-2 hour+ per day we run it. The Devilbiss Pulmo Aide 5650 seemed to have good reviews saying it lasted over 10 years w/ no issues. So far it's been good for me, same compressor model I had 15-20 years ago, I realized I don't have a need for really compact ones that get super-hot and break down over time.

erock77
02-11-2010, 05:31 PM
I was on a long search for compressors, I had Pari Pro-nebs get slower and slower over just a couple years. I think we need a serious compressor for the 1-2 hour+ per day we run it. The Devilbiss Pulmo Aide 5650 seemed to have good reviews saying it lasted over 10 years w/ no issues. So far it's been good for me, same compressor model I had 15-20 years ago, I realized I don't have a need for really compact ones that get super-hot and break down over time.

erock77
02-11-2010, 05:31 PM
I was on a long search for compressors, I had Pari Pro-nebs get slower and slower over just a couple years. I think we need a serious compressor for the 1-2 hour+ per day we run it. The Devilbiss Pulmo Aide 5650 seemed to have good reviews saying it lasted over 10 years w/ no issues. So far it's been good for me, same compressor model I had 15-20 years ago, I realized I don't have a need for really compact ones that get super-hot and break down over time.

erock77
02-11-2010, 05:31 PM
I was on a long search for compressors, I had Pari Pro-nebs get slower and slower over just a couple years. I think we need a serious compressor for the 1-2 hour+ per day we run it. The Devilbiss Pulmo Aide 5650 seemed to have good reviews saying it lasted over 10 years w/ no issues. So far it's been good for me, same compressor model I had 15-20 years ago, I realized I don't have a need for really compact ones that get super-hot and break down over time.

erock77
02-11-2010, 05:31 PM
I was on a long search for compressors, I had Pari Pro-nebs get slower and slower over just a couple years. I think we need a serious compressor for the 1-2 hour+ per day we run it. The Devilbiss Pulmo Aide 5650 seemed to have good reviews saying it lasted over 10 years w/ no issues. So far it's been good for me, same compressor model I had 15-20 years ago, I realized I don't have a need for really compact ones that get super-hot and break down over time.

Ratatosk
02-11-2010, 06:05 PM
they just don't make compressors the way they used to. We have a pari proneb ultra II -- it's our 3rd and DS is 6 years old. We also have a Devilbiss Pulmoaid and it's our 3rd as well -- seems with the devilbiss every two years it gets louder and treatment times increase.

Our spare is an ancient Devilbiss Pulmoaid circa 1993 that works like a charm. Was from a cousin whose child had asthma.

Ratatosk
02-11-2010, 06:05 PM
they just don't make compressors the way they used to. We have a pari proneb ultra II -- it's our 3rd and DS is 6 years old. We also have a Devilbiss Pulmoaid and it's our 3rd as well -- seems with the devilbiss every two years it gets louder and treatment times increase.

Our spare is an ancient Devilbiss Pulmoaid circa 1993 that works like a charm. Was from a cousin whose child had asthma.

Ratatosk
02-11-2010, 06:05 PM
they just don't make compressors the way they used to. We have a pari proneb ultra II -- it's our 3rd and DS is 6 years old. We also have a Devilbiss Pulmoaid and it's our 3rd as well -- seems with the devilbiss every two years it gets louder and treatment times increase.

Our spare is an ancient Devilbiss Pulmoaid circa 1993 that works like a charm. Was from a cousin whose child had asthma.

Ratatosk
02-11-2010, 06:05 PM
they just don't make compressors the way they used to. We have a pari proneb ultra II -- it's our 3rd and DS is 6 years old. We also have a Devilbiss Pulmoaid and it's our 3rd as well -- seems with the devilbiss every two years it gets louder and treatment times increase.

Our spare is an ancient Devilbiss Pulmoaid circa 1993 that works like a charm. Was from a cousin whose child had asthma.

Ratatosk
02-11-2010, 06:05 PM
they just don't make compressors the way they used to. We have a pari proneb ultra II -- it's our 3rd and DS is 6 years old. We also have a Devilbiss Pulmoaid and it's our 3rd as well -- seems with the devilbiss every two years it gets louder and treatment times increase.
<br />
<br />Our spare is an ancient Devilbiss Pulmoaid circa 1993 that works like a charm. Was from a cousin whose child had asthma.

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02-11-2010, 06:42 PM
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02-11-2010, 06:42 PM
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02-11-2010, 06:42 PM
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02-11-2010, 06:42 PM
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Brad
02-11-2010, 08:10 PM
I tried the Pro Neb X's 2... I use the PulmoAide 5052 at home. I have 2 of them,

The pro nebs started to fizzle in about 2 months. they replaced it once.
The second time I just trashed it.

I also use a Portable , it has been around for years, works the
same way that e flo works, about a tenth of the cost.

<a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.clinicalguard.com/omron-microair-neu22v-electronic-nebulizer-with-vmt-p-160.html">http://www.clinicalguard.com/o...er-with-vmt-p-160.html</a>

Brad
02-11-2010, 08:10 PM
I tried the Pro Neb X's 2... I use the PulmoAide 5052 at home. I have 2 of them,

The pro nebs started to fizzle in about 2 months. they replaced it once.
The second time I just trashed it.

I also use a Portable , it has been around for years, works the
same way that e flo works, about a tenth of the cost.

<a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.clinicalguard.com/omron-microair-neu22v-electronic-nebulizer-with-vmt-p-160.html">http://www.clinicalguard.com/o...er-with-vmt-p-160.html</a>

Brad
02-11-2010, 08:10 PM
I tried the Pro Neb X's 2... I use the PulmoAide 5052 at home. I have 2 of them,

The pro nebs started to fizzle in about 2 months. they replaced it once.
The second time I just trashed it.

I also use a Portable , it has been around for years, works the
same way that e flo works, about a tenth of the cost.

<a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.clinicalguard.com/omron-microair-neu22v-electronic-nebulizer-with-vmt-p-160.html">http://www.clinicalguard.com/o...er-with-vmt-p-160.html</a>

Brad
02-11-2010, 08:10 PM
I tried the Pro Neb X's 2... I use the PulmoAide 5052 at home. I have 2 of them,

The pro nebs started to fizzle in about 2 months. they replaced it once.
The second time I just trashed it.

I also use a Portable , it has been around for years, works the
same way that e flo works, about a tenth of the cost.

<a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.clinicalguard.com/omron-microair-neu22v-electronic-nebulizer-with-vmt-p-160.html">http://www.clinicalguard.com/o...er-with-vmt-p-160.html</a>

Brad
02-11-2010, 08:10 PM
I tried the Pro Neb X's 2... I use the PulmoAide 5052 at home. I have 2 of them,
<br />
<br /> The pro nebs started to fizzle in about 2 months. they replaced it once.
<br /> The second time I just trashed it.
<br />
<br /> I also use a Portable , it has been around for years, works the
<br /> same way that e flo works, about a tenth of the cost.
<br />
<br /> <a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.clinicalguard.com/omron-microair-neu22v-electronic-nebulizer-with-vmt-p-160.html">http://www.clinicalguard.com/o...er-with-vmt-p-160.html</a>

Jeana
02-13-2010, 12:20 AM
My doctor advises that I use either a PulmoAide or PulmoMate for the Pulmozyme. I use the PulmoAide.

Jeana
02-13-2010, 12:20 AM
My doctor advises that I use either a PulmoAide or PulmoMate for the Pulmozyme. I use the PulmoAide.

Jeana
02-13-2010, 12:20 AM
My doctor advises that I use either a PulmoAide or PulmoMate for the Pulmozyme. I use the PulmoAide.

Jeana
02-13-2010, 12:20 AM
My doctor advises that I use either a PulmoAide or PulmoMate for the Pulmozyme. I use the PulmoAide.

Jeana
02-13-2010, 12:20 AM
My doctor advises that I use either a PulmoAide or PulmoMate for the Pulmozyme. I use the PulmoAide.

cfsucks
02-16-2010, 02:33 AM
mobilaire.

used to use pronebs but they died every 3-4 months.

cfsucks
02-16-2010, 02:33 AM
mobilaire.

used to use pronebs but they died every 3-4 months.

cfsucks
02-16-2010, 02:33 AM
mobilaire.

used to use pronebs but they died every 3-4 months.

cfsucks
02-16-2010, 02:33 AM
mobilaire.

used to use pronebs but they died every 3-4 months.

cfsucks
02-16-2010, 02:33 AM
mobilaire.
<br />
<br />used to use pronebs but they died every 3-4 months.