MedPro Sonair Ultrasonic Mesh Nebulizer

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Sonair™ nebulizes liquid medication, providing ultra-fine mist that permeates the lungs faster for convenient and effective respiratory treatment. Simple and easy one-touch operation, silent nebulization, and USB rechargeable. 

  • The sonair nebulizer is an easy to use device with only one-touch operation.
  • This compact nebulizer is portable allowing you the flexibility to use at home or at work.
  • Sonair's size also makes it perfect for travel; it can fit into a brief case, purse or backpack.
  • Sonair is ultra-silent making it convenient to use anywhere.
  • The soundless operation of the device enables discrete use with your medication within reach wherever you go.

Nebulizer kit includes: 1 adult and 1 child mask, mouthpiece, USB cable, Accessory bag, Quick start and Instruction manual.

Read Quick Start and Cleaning Instructions before using your Sonair Nebulizer
Quick Start and Cleaning Instructions (pdf file)



Q: Is Sonair use contraindicated with any medications?

A: Yes - Sonair should not be used with Pentamidine - Patients with Pulmonary Edema,Acute Asthma, and Acute Pulmonary Infarction Episodes should not use Sonair.

Q: What is the maximum medication capacity?

A: 10 ml.

Q: Is there a minimum medication quantity requirement?

A: Yes, the minimum quantity should be at 0.5 ml in order for the medication to have contact with the mesh.

Q: Can Ventolin (salbutamol) be used for nebulization?

A: Yes - Ventolin (salbutamol) has been tested and is ok to use.

Q: Can Sonair be used with Pulmicort?

A: Yes - Pulmicort was tested and can be used with Sonair.

Q: Can Sonair be used for Sputum Inductions?

A: Yes, Sonair can nebulize hypertonic saline solutions for sputum inductions (diagnose tuberculosis and other lung infections)

Q: Are the Compressor and Sonair Nebulizers compatible with DMSO?

A: No

Q: During nebulization should you be seeing any condensation when using Sonair?

A: No, you should not be seeing condensation. When the mesh is not cleaned properly after each use, the micro holes get blocked and that causes condensation


Remove the mask or the mouthpiece from the nebulizer.

Discard any residual medication by nebulzing water (below 40°C) for 1-2 minutes.

Press on the button on the back of the nebulizer and pull up the medication cup.

Wash the nebulizer nozzle, medication cup, and all accessories using warm soapy water (below 40°C). Wipe the machine and the accessories with clean medical gauze after cleaning.

Q: Can Sonair be cleaned with vinegar and water?

A: Please refer to the CLEANING AND DISINFECTING Section in the User Guide.

It is recommended to use warm soapy water (below 40°C).

- Vinegar may be used to clean the medicine cup and accessories.

Q: Can the medication cup be placed in a dishwasher?

A: No - Using a dishwasher can be corrosive to the nebulizing headand may damage the accessories.

Q: Are there replacement parts for Sonair?

A: Yes - There are adult and child mask replacements, along with the medicine cups.

Q: Are the contraindications listed above unique to Sonair? (Patients with Pulmonary Edema, Acute Asthma, and Acute Pulmonary Infarction Episodes should not use Sonair.)

A:This information is NOT product specific.This contraindication would apply to the category of all nebulizers (not only mesh) for the following reasons:

1. Atomization inhalation may lead to increased dyspnea

2. Respiratory secretions, may lead to increased secretions and obstruction of the respiratory tract, thus aggravating the condition

Note: Nonobservance to cleaning instructions may impact performance and cause damage to the nebulizer. Any abuse, misuse, or accidental damage voids the warranty.

Instruction manual (pdf file)


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