Beurer IH 40 nebuliser

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<p>Nebulisers</p>
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The nebuliser with ultrasound technology is suitable for treating the upper and lower airways. It is quiet and particularly convenient due to the short inhalation time and the adjustable airflow.

  • Ultrasound technology
  • For treating the upper and lower airways, colds, asthma, respiratory diseases
  • High proportion of respirable particles
  • Blue illuminated nebulisation chamber
  • Quiet
  • Automatic switch-off
  • Short inhalation time
  • Adjustable airflow
  • Extensive accessories
  • Storage bag
  • Can be disinfected
  • Nebulisation performance: > 0.4 ml/min
  • Medical device
  • Mains operation
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Product designation Nebuliser
Connect no
Automatic switch-off yes
Storage box (integrated into the device) no
Storage bag/box included in delivery yes
Operation Mains operation
Can be disinfected yes
Adult mask yes
Children's mask yes
Medical device yes
Mouthpiece yes
Nosepiece no
Mains connection 100-240 V~; 50-60 Hz; 0.5 A
Particle size 5.5 µm
Technology Ultrasound
Nebulisation performance approx. 0.4 ml/min.
Product weight approx. 318 g
Product dimensions 20.1 x 14.7 x 14.1 cm
CE yes
Warranty in years (You can find more information about the warranty conditions in the manual.) 5
HMV (products covered by German health insurance) number 21.28.01.2106
PZN (German centralised pharmaceutical number) 10228997
EAN 4211125601058
Item number 60105
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Quick Start Video

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IH 40 Instructions for use
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High nebulisation performance
For a shorter inhalation time

Accessories
An adult mask is included as an accessory

Accessories
A children’s mask is included as an accessory

Medication container
The product contains a medication container

Accessories
A mouthpiece is included as an accessory

Ultrasound technology
An ultrasound source creates high-frequency oscillations of the water. These oscillations separate individual particles from the inhalant. These are mixed with air via the air channel and a ventilator then ensures that this mixture of inhalant and air is fed to the patient via a mask or mouthpiece.