The Omron Nami Cat mains operated compressor is designed to help children engage more easily with their nebuliser therapy. When your child has a nasty cough or difficulty breathing, the Nami Cat is a friendly face that can help them to breathe easier. Its appealing design assists you as a parent to help your child to feel more comfortable when using their nebuliser.
However, behind the reassuring face is an efficient Omron compressor which ensures your child receives the effective treatment they need. The durable nebuliser chamber produces a very small particle size with minimal prescribed solution residue, meaning more aerosol is available for your child to inhale, and bringing the benefit of a shorter nebulisation time.
This compact and smooth running unit is supplied with both a baby and child size facemask and is intended for children who suffer from respiratory disorders and require inhalation therapy under the guidance of a qualified respiratory professional.
Omron nebulisers do not require an annual service.
The Omron Nami Cat nebuliser uses the C102 Air Inlet Filters which will need to be changed every 6 - 8 weeks, or when discolouration occurs to keep your nebuliser performing consistently.
Why replace the filter?
Replacing the filter on your Omron nebuliser is probably most important aspect of nebuliser maintenance. It is as important as replacing your nebuliser set, since without a good flow of filtered air coming from the compressor, you will not receive an effective therapy.
Old filters block the air flow to the compressor, reducing its output which diminishes its effectiveness.
Blocked filters also put a strain on the motor and increases the risk of a breakdown.
Filters cannot be cleaned – Throw the old filter away – don't wash it!
Your Omron nebuliser inlet filter should be changed every 6 - 8 weeks or when discolouration occurs in order to keep your nebuliser performing consistently.