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PARI JuniorBOY SX

With fine droplets – specially designed to treat babies and infants

This is why the PARI JuniorBOY SX is a good choice for the inhalation treatment of babies from the first month of life and infants: It produces particularly fine droplets, and its equipment is specially adapted to the needs of small patients.

  • Inhalation time: less than 7 min for 2.5 ml inhalation solution (salbutamol ready-to-use nebules).
  • With comfortable BABY mask and BABY bend (must always be used together).
  • PARI LC SPRINT Junior Nebuliser with fine droplets for the smaller airways of babies and infants.

Item No.: 085G3301

Inhalation with PARI JuniorBOY SX

What is the PARI JuniorBOY SX and how can it be used?

The PARI JuniorBOY SX is ideal for treating babies as young as one month as effectively as possible. It can be used to treat illnesses such as bronchial asthma, allergic asthma as well as acute and chronic bronchitis

All information about PARI JuniorBOY SX

Download: Instructions for use, product information

Instructions for use

PARI BOY Family

Instructions for use
085D3002-B 08/17

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Instructions for use

PARI LC SPRINT Family

Instruction for use
023D1001-M 02/15

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Product information for users

PARI BOY SX - Finally, a relationship with freedom to breathe.

PARI BOY SX - Finally, a relationship with freedom to breathe.

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Product information for experts

PARI BOY SX Family - Inhalation therapy for the needs of babies and infants

PARI BOY SX Family - Inhalation therapy for the needs of babies and infants

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Aerosol Characteristics

PARI JuniorBOY SX compressor in combination with
PARI LC SPRINT Junior Nebuliser (yellow insert)

Total Output Rate:370 mg/min
MMD:2,9 µm
Mass percentage below 5µm:76% 

Measurement with the Malvern Mastersizer X at 23°C, 50% relative humidity, nebulised medium: 0.9% NaCl (5ml), inspiratory flow 12l/min (measured with child's inspiratory flow).
 

Compressor
Electrical connection:230V~ / 50Hz / 0,7 A
Case dimensions (W x H x D):19,2 x 14,5 x 15 cm
Weight:1,7 kg
Pressure:1,6 bar

Spare parts: All spare parts can be purchased from your local PARI retailer.

PARI LC SPRINT – Aerosol characteristics

Aerosol characteristics
023D0062-A

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Electromagnetic compatibility Guidance

and manufacturer's declaration DIN EN 60601-1-2:2007 (IEC 60601-1-2:2007)

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Electromagnetic compatibility Guidance

and manufacturer's declaration IEC 60601-1-2: Edition 4.0; 2014-02

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PARI JuniorBOY SX Accessories

PARI JuniorBOY Year Pack S

PARI JuniorBOY Year Pack S


Item No.: 023G1110

PARI LC SPRINT Junior Package

PARI LC SPRINT Junior Package


Item No.: 023G1120

PARI LC SPRINT Junior Nebuliser

PARI LC SPRINT Junior Nebuliser


Item No.: 023G1100

PARI LC SPRINT Nebuliser

PARI LC SPRINT Nebuliser


Item No.: 023G1000

PARI BABY Mask Size 0 with BABY bend

PARI BABY Mask Size 0


Item No.: 041G0700

PARI BABY Mask Size 1 with BABY bend

PARI BABY Mask Size 1


Item No.: 041G0701

PARI BABY Mask Size 2 with BABY bend

PARI BABY Mask Size 2


Item No.: 041G0702

PARI BABY Mask Size 3 with BABY bend

PARI BABY Mask Size 3


Item No.: 041G0703

PARI Child Mask soft "Spiggy"

Child Mask soft „Spiggy“


Item No.: 041G0741

PARI Year Packs

For annual replacement of the nebuliser, connection tubing, air filter and mouthpiece.

Go to PARI Year Packs

Treatment of bronchitis

For acute bronchitis, inhalation therapy can significantly relieve symptoms. Inhaling saline solutions loosens mucus. It can also accelerate the transport of mucus from the bronchial tubes via the cilia.

Learn more about treating bronchitis

Mouthpiece or mask

Soft inhalation masks make it possible to treat even the tiniest patients.


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Inhalation with children

Using nebulisers with children requires time, a calm environment and sometimes even a soft toy.

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Asthma in children

Unfortunately, asthma symptoms are all too often overlooked in children.

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