How to Use a Nebulizer : How to Clean Nebulizer Attachments

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Okay the next step that we’re going to do
is we’ve used the different parts of the nebulizer and we’re going to do a cleaning. You need
to do this between, every time that you use a nebulizer. So I know sometimes with my children
it would be a couple of times a day. You want to take it apart first by disengaging the
hose from the other components of the nebulizer. Again as I mentioned earlier, do not wash
the hose, don’t do anything with it, you don’t ever want to get any kind of water in here
because that could, if it doesn’t dry properly it could lead to an infection, so you definitely
don’t want to do anything with the hose. Only replace it when it starting to get worn or
torn. The other parts what we’re going to do is we’re just going to take regular clean
tap water. I’ve got some dish detergent that you use to wash your dishes with, you want
to use a non lemon. The lemon kind of detergent could be something that might weaken the materials
that are getting washed, the plastic. Put them in there. You don’t necessarily have
to soak them for any great deal, you’re just going to be rinsing them just good so that
they’re getting a nice cleaning with the soapy water.

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