Kinetik Wellbeing’s Respiratory range is designed to help you monitor and manage the symptoms of Respiratory conditions from the comfort of your own home.
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Did you know?
The British Lung Foundation has published research which shows COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is the second most common lung disease in the UK.
Around 2% of the UK’s population, 4.5% of all people over the age of 40, live with COPD. Treatments aim to slow the disease by limiting symptoms using medicines.
Our Nebuliser Promise
Our respiratory range offers an effective solution to manage the delivery of medicine to your upper, mid and lower airways as quickly as possible.
With medical certification and adherence to the strictest standards of production mean the product you buy will enable you to get on with your day. Minimising the impact of respiratory conditions in your everyday life is our goal.
FAQs About Our Respiratory Devices
Why is my Pulse Oximeter beeping?
Your Pulse Oximeter could be beeping for two reasons:
- SpO2 Less than 94%
- Pulse rate is less than 50bpm or more than 130bpm
Why are the readings from my Pulse Oximeter inaccurate?
To ensure the readings are accurate:
- Ensure you are using ring or middle finger
- Do not measure with nail varnish
- Hand should be rested on hard surface
What is better to use with my nebuliser set, a mouthpiece or a mask?
Our Compressor Nebuliser comes with both and it is entirely up to you to choose whether to take your medication with the mouthpiece or mask depending on which suits your needs best.
Our product comes with a child and adult mask as a mask can often suit children more than the mouthpiece.
Which medications can be nebulised?
Always follow your physician’s advice on what medication is suitable for inhalation. He or she will prescribe the right medications and dosage that you need. Your pharmacist can also answer questions about your medications.
What is the difference between a Mesh Nebuliser and a Compressor Nebuliser?
All nebulisers are devices that convert liquid medicine into aerosol droplets that can be easily inhaled through a mouthpiece or mask. The difference is in the technique that is used to convert the medicine into aerosol droplets. A compressor nebuliser uses compressed air to create the aerosol.
How long does each course of medication take to inhale with the Compressor Nebuliser?
A course of medication should take around 10-15 minutes.
Is the Compressor Nebuliser eligible for VAT relief?
As stated by gov.uk, if you’re disabled or have a long-term illness, you won’t be charged VAT on products designed or adapted for your own personal or domestic use.
To complete our process for VAT relief you must fill in our VAT exemption form and we will send you a code that will remove VAT from your order.
My Nebuliser isn’t working, what can I do?
- Replace air filter
- Rinse air tube with water
- Ensure that adapter is fully inserted into the Nebuliser
- Ensure that the medication is suitable for use in a Compressor Nebuliser