Silverlab RespiCare™ Kit Quick Guide

Congratulations on your purchase of our unique, advanced, compact and portable respiratory care kit for your family’s daily respiratory health. It is user-friendly, fast, silent and non-invasive.  

The Silverlab RespiCare™ Kit has been carefully curated and may assist with the following respiratory ailments: 

  • Shortness of breath or hypoxia 
  • Cough  
  • Tight chest 
  • Sore throat 
  • Cold and flu symptoms  
  • Nasal congestion  

Inside the kit you will find the following products and devices: 

Nebulising Instructions  

The 25 ppm ioNano 46™ Nebulising Liquid contains 125 mcg electrically isolated silver nano ions in deionised purified water, and should be used undiluted for nebulising.  

Make sure that the MESH Nebuliser has power, either via the batteries supplied, or via the USB power cable. Fill the medicine cup with either 5 ml or 2,5 ml of the ioNano 46™ Nebulising Liquid, depending on the age.  

Children 6-12 years of age:  

  • Days 1 and 2: Nebulise with 2,5 ml every one to two hours until symptoms subside significantly or resolve (generally within 2 to 12 doses), or as prescribed.  
  • Day 3 onwards: Nebulise with 2,5 ml two to three times a day until there is a complete resolution of symptoms (up to 12 days), or as prescribed. 

Children 12 years of age and older:  

  • Days 1 and 2: Nebulise with 5 ml every one to two hours until symptoms subside significantly or resolve (generally within 2 to 12 doses), or as prescribed.  
  • Day 3 onwards: Nebulise with 5 ml two to three times a day until there is a complete resolution of symptoms (up to 12 days), or as prescribed. 

Adults:  

  • Days 1 and 2: Nebulise with 5 ml every one to two hours until symptoms subside significantly or resolve (generally within 2 to 12 doses), or as prescribed.  
  • Day 3 onwards: Nebulise with 5 ml two to three times a day until there is a complete resolution of symptoms (up to 12 days), or as prescribed. 

Nebulise while sitting upright, breathing at a normal pace, alternating by breathing in through the nose and then in through the mouth. Young children, babies and infants are best nebulised under the supervision and prescription of a healthcare professional. Excess condensation build-up must be removed intermittently to prevent the device from automatically stopping.