The PARI Trek® S is a lightweight, powerful nebulizer that consistently delivers more medicine into the lungs in less time. This product includes: PARI reusable nebulizer and backup nebulizer, Trek S compressor, AC adapter, 12V DC adapter, Deluxe carrying case.
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Home Ventilator Care
Home care ventilators are an advanced form of respiratory therapy. They move oxygen directly into your lungs, thereby alleviating the strain of breathing unassisted. Lincare will work with you and your practitioner or caregiver to determine the frequency and home ventilator settings that are best for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I change the filter in my PARI® Compressor?
ToggleThe PARI compressor includes a filter designed to last up to 500 hours of use. The compressor air filter is bright white when new. Once the filter turns grey, it is time for a replacement. Replace the filter immediately if it gets wet or becomes clogged.
What should I do if my PARI Aerosol System is not producing mist and my treatments are taking longer than before?
ToggleShould your treatment on a PARI system take longer than it used to, clean and disinfect your nebulizer according to the instructions. If your nebulizer nozzle is clogged, replace it immediately.
What is the difference between a nebulizer and a compressor?
ToggleThe compressor is the part of the PARI Aerosol System that creates the airflow that travels to your nebulizer through the tubing. The nebulizer is the medicine cup that turns your medication into a mist or aerosol.
How do I disinfect my nebulizer?
ToggleUsing a clean container or bowl, soak items in three parts hot water to one-part white vinegar for 30 minutes. Another option is to disinfect your nebulizer using a medical bacterial-germicidal disinfectant available through your care provider. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully. With clean hands, remove items from disinfectant solution, rinse under hot tap water, and air dry on a clean paper towel. Store in a resealable bag.
User GuidesManufacturer's documentation for the PARI Trek S Portable Compressor Nebulizer