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No medicine coming out of nebulizer

I don't get any mist of medicine coming out of nebulizer. No bubbling in the cup nothing going on but there is air flow. Using an Inspiration elite and HS800 nebulizer cup

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  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    Air is coming through medicine chamber but not through t piece it does not seem clogged why is air not going through?

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Replacement of neb kit the most common cause. Try this first. Then get back with me.

Posted on Jun 26, 2010

  • jjaade Feb 03, 2014

    new neb kit , new tubing on compressor, changed filter

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