Salter Labs High Flow Nasal Cannula
$ 3.21 $ 5.79
Salter Labs 1600HF Nasal Cannula delivers oxygen flows up to 15 LPM. Unique three channel headset tubing with enhanced reservoir face piece. Rectangular style head set tubing slide bolo. Seamless, extra soft, reservoir facepiece anatomically contoured to fit upper lip. Made with bright green supply tubing from the cannula to the oxygen outlet.
The 1600HF nasal cannula is great for those who need a high flow of oxygen, but don't want to wear a cumbersome mask. This cannula makes everyday life much simpler and virtually eliminates the need for masks to deliver high levels of oxygen. The anatomical fit provides greater comfort and optimal performance. For a more convenient, hassle-free option to oxygen masks, use the Salter-Style 1600HF High Flow Cannula
Salter-Style Cannula Features:
- - 0 to 15 LMP flow rate
- - Allows for higher oxygen saturation levels
- - Larger 3 channel head tubing
- - Enhanced reservoir face piece
- - 7' supply tubing
- - Virtually eliminates the need for masks to deliver high flow O2
- - Greater patient comfort
- - Anatomically contoured fit
- - Rectangular style slide bolo for easy adjustability
Buy Salter Labs High Flow Nasal Cannulas online from a set aside SDVOSB Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business medical supplies company like Mountainside Medical Equipment that is certified with the United States Government.
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Your order entry was was easy, you provided a very good shipping time. about the product itself, I don't know. I had searched for a 25 foot version and it had led me to what I ordered ( 7 foot version)... I really never looked at the description too much.... It was my own fault. I went back to reorder some 25 foot version ones, and you don't carry them. You are a good company to deal with. Salter does make a 25' High flow cannula, the HF-25 or HF-25-10
and they are really hard to find unless we buy a whole case from Salter. Many of us don't live long enough to need that many.