Monaghan

Monaghan Aerobika Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure Therapy System (OPEP)

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Product Overview 

The Aerobika Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure Therapy System (OPEP) is intended to help loosen and remove accumulated mucus in the lungs caused by various conditions such as COPD, cystic fibrosis, chronic bronchitis, and bronchiectasis

Drug-Free Therapy

Provides a drug-free and natural airway clearance therapy to help with mucociliary clearance and slow COPD progression

Loosens and Expels Mucus

Pulses of resistance from device open the airways while thinning and loosening the mucus

Smart Design

Frequency range of the oscillations corresponds to the natural process of the cilia, helping move mucus to the larger airways of the lungs where it can then be coughed out

Adjustable

Adjustable resistance allows for the accommodation to the lung capacity of most patients

Use in Any Position

Oscillating positive expiratory pressure therapy system resistance isn't position dependent, so the device can be held in the most comfortable position, leading to improved compliance

Easy to Use and Ergonomic

Easy to learn and understand for independent use. Ergonomic design makes it portable and comfortable
Product Features
Drug-Free Therapy

Provides a drug-free and natural airway clearance therapy to help with mucociliary clearance and slow COPD progression

Loosens and Expels Mucus

Pulses of resistance from device open the airways while thinning and loosening the mucus

Smart Design

Frequency range of the oscillations corresponds to the natural process of the cilia, helping move mucus to the larger airways of the lungs where it can then be coughed out

Adjustable

Adjustable resistance allows for the accommodation to the lung capacity of most patients

Use in Any Position

Oscillating positive expiratory pressure therapy system resistance isn't position dependent, so the device can be held in the most comfortable position, leading to improved compliance

Easy to Use and Ergonomic

Easy to learn and understand for independent use. Ergonomic design makes it portable and comfortable

Important Tips

How to use:

  • Examine device
  • Choose any orientation
  • Insert mouthpiece
  • Inhale deeply and hold breath for 2 to 3 seconds
  • Exhale for 3 to 4 times longer than the inspiratory breath
  • Continue for 10 to 20 breaths or as instructed by your health care provider. Perform 2 to 3 Huff coughs to clear airway
  • Repeat steps 3 to 6 for 10 to 20 minutes or as prescribed

 

How to clean:

  • Press tabs to release
  • Remove valve cartridge and mouthpiece
  • Soak 15 minutes in soapy water, agitate gently and rinse
  • Shake out water and dry vertically or place in dishwasher in basket on top rack after performing cleaning instructions 1 and 2
  • Reassemble device
  • Each treatment of 10-20 minutes should be done at least twice a day. The goal is to create little or no mocus every day, which ensures that your lungs are clean
  • You need to use your Aerobika Oscillating PEP more often if you are causing a lot of mocus
Specifications

Specifications

Manufacturer:Monaghan Medical Settings:5 resistance settings adjust to each patients capacity Flow Range:Flow range is = 10 L/min to 30 L/min Fitting:Standard 22 mm fitting accommodates small volume nebulizers, including the AeroEclipse Breath Actuated Nebulizer (BAN) Compatible:Compatible with nebulizer therapy Research:Backed by clinical evidence Design:Designed and manufactured in North America Aerobika OPEP is not recommended for the following conditions:Patients unable to tolerate the increased work of breathing (acute exacerbations of asthma or COPD, neuromuscular weakness)
Intracranial pressure (ICP) > 20 mm Hg
Hemodynamic instability (blood pressure instability)
Recent facial, oral, or skull surgery or trauma
Acute sinusitis
Epistaxis (bleeding nose)
Esophageal surgery
Nausea
Active hemoptysis (bleeding from lungs)
Untreated pneumothorax (untreated collapsed lung)
Known or suspected tympanic membrane rupture or other middle ear pathology