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Failure ways Possible cause Process ways Remarks
Compressor nebulizer device does not work 1. the power cord is loose
2. blown fuse
3. internal wiring abnormal
1. reset the power cord
2. change the fuse
3. contact the after-sales service maintenance
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Compressor nebulizer works normally but abnormal vibration 1.compressor nebulizer placed tilt have fell off the nebulizer flat the after-sales service maintenance
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Compressor nebulizer works normally, but only small amount of fog out of the  atomized cup 1.not enough medication
2.nebulizer internal connecting tube was broken
1.add more medication the after-sales service maintenance
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Compressor nebulizer works normally , but atomized cup does not have fog

1. finished all medication
2. atomized cup connecting tube fell off
3. nebulizer internal tube fell off
1. add more medication
2. clean or replace the atomized timely
3. contact the after-sales service maintenance
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1  Are ZSR products latex-free? 
  All of our products are latex-free. 

2  After 200 operating hours or at least once a year. You should check the filter for contamination regularly and replace it sooner if necessary. The instructions for use contain a detailed description of this procedure.

3  How can I tell when my child has breathed in all the medication? For this, we recommend the following: babies younger than 18 months should inhale for 4 to 6 breaths, infants older than 18 months should inhale for 2 to 4 breaths. If the child is using a mask, please make sure that it fits tightly on the child's face.

 4  Does continuous nebulising not cause too much medication to go to waste?
The continuous nebulisers from ZSR-MCN are equipped with a valve system that helps to reduce loss of medication significantly. It is most important to keep the mouthpiece in the mouth when breathing out. Inhaling with these nebulisers is very easy, since the nebulising process does not have to be synchronised with the breathing rhythm for them.

5  What medications can be nebulised? Always ask your physician whether a given medication is suitable for inhalation. He or she knows your diagnosis and will prescribe the right medications and dosage you need. Your chemist can also answer some questions about your medications.

6 In general the following applies: given the enormous number of inhalation solutions that are available commercially for the treatment of various respiratory diseases, it is not possible to make any specific recommendations here. 

7 Your physician will make decisions regarding your treatment. The following are entirely unsuitable for inhalation with these devices: cough syrups, mouth rinses, balsam preparations or drops that are used as embrocations or with hot water as a "vapour bath". 

8 Not enough medication in the nebuliser. Make sure that the medication in the nebuliser reaches the fill mark. Minimum: 2ml, Maximum: 8ml.
9 Why does the mask have to cover the baby's mouth and nose? 
This is the only way to ensure effective inhalation. 

10  Why is it not permitted to attach rubber bands to the baby mask? 
Since babies often move their heads vigorously, the mask might slip off even if it were attached with rubber bands. Nebulising with a silicone mask is intended solely for babies and infants, and they must be supervised constantly by an adult when inhaling. The nebuliser should be held in the hand and replaced tightly over the child's mouth and nose after every movement of the head. 

11  Why is there always some inhalation solution left in my nebuliser? 
Due to the technical design of the system, a certain residual volume is always remains in the nebuliser. Therefore, you should stop inhaling as soon as you hear a clear change in the sound the nebuliser makes (from a quiet hiss to bubbling) and the aerosol mist escapes from the nebuliser irregularly. 

12  Why should the same nebuliser not be used by more than one person? 
In the home, each family member should use his or her own nebuliser for hygienical reasons. In principle, ZSR nebulisers could also be used by several patients. However, according to the hygiene regulations currently in force, this is not permitted unless the nebuliser can also be sterilised (e. g. standard practice in hospitals). 

If you have any further questions, please contact the ZSR Service Center by email or by phone: +86 0769 87328976

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