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MUCOSAL ATOMIZATION DEVICES ARE CURRENTLY BACKORDERED DUE TO NATIONWIDE RECALL.
When IV delivery is less than ideal, LMA MAD Nasal can come to the rescue delivering safe, painless, and rapidly effective treatment with minimal resource untilization. With no danger of needle sticks, no need to sterilize, and no cumbersome and time consuming IV setup, this intranasal mucosal atomization device will deliver a mist of atomized medication that is absorbed directly into your patient's blood stream. So you spend more time caring for your patient, and less time starting a painful intravenous line.
The LMA Mad Nasal available from www.MyAmericanMedical.com Select from Models: MAD100, MAD140, MAD300. MAD100 includes the atomization tip, with a delivery syringe MAD140 includes the atomization tip, with a delivery syringe and a vial adapter to allow quick access for drawing medications into the syringe. MAD300 includes the atomization tip only.
Mucosal Atomization Drug Delivery Device Mad® Nasal Typical Particle Size: 30-100 Microns, Tip Diameter: 0.17 Inches (4.3 Mm) - Atomization Device, Mucosal Ll W/O Syr (25/Bx) - Lma North America. MAD© Nasal Drug Delivery Device is a fast and effective way to deliver medications without needles. It gives you complete control of dosage, medication, and target as well as providing you with consistent results. Latex-free.
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Posted by Ron Burnam MD on 19th Aug 2015
Prompt response from American Medical. I've only tested the spray pattern, but have not used it on a patient yet. I believe it will work well.
Posted by Al Capria Jr on 9th May 2014
Thank you for your prompt service and I will be using your company more in the future.
Posted by john on 19th Apr 2014
can not figure out how to draw sulution from small bottle to the MAD 140. I ASENT EMAIL ABOUT THIS SAYING THERE WAS NO INSTRUCTION THAT CAME WITH THE mad 140 how to.
American Medical Response -Customer was emailed the instructions. In addition we attempted to explain to the customer how to do this in email. The MAD140 comes with a vial adapter pre-attached. All you should have to do is puncture the top of the vial, and draw back on the syringe.
Posted by Jessica Monk on 6th Feb 2014
It is the first time we have purchased the intranasal mucosal atomization device. On the packaging it has a website for instruction for use. The website does not seem to exist. Since we are using this in veterinary medicine we would like to know if a patient can reuse the device more than once.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Nov 2013
In theory these seemed as though they would be a welcome addition to our rigs. In practice, that has certainly been true. Crews find them easy to use and very efficient at the task they are designed for. They are well built and function quite nicely.