Frequently Asked Questions
At the heart of Flyp is a stainless-steel disk the size of a dime — and half the thickness of a human hair. It has 1,000 4-micron holes that vibrate 110,000 times per second. As your liquid medication is pulled through the holes, it is converted into an inhalable aerosol.
Flyp can be used to treat conditions that benefit from nebulization, including asthma and COPD.
With metered-dose inhalers, only 10% of your medication may reach your bronchioles — even under medical supervision. That's because you're asked to depress the unit's cartridge, then inhale at precisely the right time. Which, needless to say, can be very tricky. But with Flyp, 88% of albuterol and 90% of ipratropium bromide reaches your lungs' bronchioles. Without any complex maneuvers.
Flyp is smaller and lighter than a smartphone. Unlike the nebulizers you may be used to, Flyp is designed without cumbersome tubes or control units. Just fill, click, breathe.
Because it's rechargeable via USB, there's no need for expensive batteries. A quick charge lasts up to ten treatments.
And while other nebulizers can take up to 20 minutes to dispense 3 ml of medication, Flyp is nimble, getting the job done in about 7 minutes. And it's whisper quiet.
You'll be glad to know that Flyp is warrantied to last for three years.
Flyp has a lithium-ion battery, and it's rechargeable via a USB port. That means no disposable batteries.
The Flyp reservoir was designed to hold 5ml of medication.
Flyp delivers a standard, 3 ml dose of medication in about 7 minutes.
Flyp has been FDA-cleared for use with any medication intended for a general-purpose nebulizer, such as albuterol, ipratropium bromide, cromolyn sodium, and budesonide, in addition to other medications.
Flyp should not be used with hypertonic saline.
Flyp can be used up to ten times on one full charge.
Sure, you can carry Flyp with medication in the reservoir. You will, though, need to check the usage instructions for your medication to see if there's any reason it should be kept in its ampule until you're ready to use it. There may be factors that preclude preloading, such as the temperature stability of your medication.
Cleaning Flyp is simple. Just fill the Medication Reservoir with distilled water, turn the unit on for one minute, then empty. Then gently remove the Mouthpiece, rinse under running water, and lay to dry on a clean towel. Just be sure to never rinse the Main Unit.
Disinfecting Flyp is simple. Remove the Mouthpiece and use just enough 70% ethyl alcohol to cover the Nebulizer Disk completely. Let sit for ten minutes, then shake off the excess alcohol.
Then turn Flyp over, open the Reservoir Cover, remove the Medication Reservoir and repeat the same process as above, disinfecting the other side of the Nebulizer Disk.
When you're done, reinsert both the Mouthpiece and the Medication Reservoir. Fill the Medication Reservoir with distilled water. Then plug the stopper, close the Reservoir Cover, and raise the Mouthpiece. Turn Flyp on; you'll see a fine mist flowing from the Mouthpiece. After 10 minutes, your unit will turn off automatically. Then remove both the Medication Reservoir and Mouthpiece, shake off excess water, and let dry on a clean towel.
Flyp may be reimbursable under HCPCS codes E0574 or E0570 (with a GL modifier). Consult your provider for details related to your specific health plan.
Flyp is warrantied to last for three years. Call us at 844-Flyp-NEB if your device is damaged.
Flyp is protected against vertically dripping water; it has a water ingress protection rating of 2. However, submerging Flyp in water can be hazardous for its lithium-ion battery.
You sure can. Flyp is an HSA / FSA eligible purchase. If asked, the fine line code (FLC) for Flyp is 9275.
Smaller than a smartphone.
Lightweight, all-in-one design.
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
No need to constantly buy batteries.
Every Flyp is warrantied 3 years.
Easy to Use