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Nasal Canulas

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Comfortable and easy to use

Can be adjusted to deliver different levels of oxygen flow depending on the patient's needs

Relatively inexpensive compared to other oxygen delivery devices

Popular choice for patients who require supplemental oxygen at home

Product Description

A nasal cannula is a medical device used to deliver supplemental oxygen to a patient. It consists of a small, flexible tube that is placed under the nose and delivers oxygen from an oxygen supply such as an oxygen tank or concentrator. They are commonly used in medical settings, such as hospitals, to help patients with respiratory problems, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or pneumonia, breathe more easily.

A nasal cannula is a medical device used to deliver supplemental oxygen to a patient. It consists of a small, flexible tube that is placed under the nose and delivers oxygen from an oxygen supply such as an oxygen tank or concentrator. They are commonly used in medical settings, such as hospitals, to help patients with respiratory problems, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or pneumonia, breathe more easily.

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A nasal cannula is a small plastic tube with two prongs that are inserted into the nostrils. It is a common device used to deliver oxygen to a person who is not getting enough oxygen on their own. The cannula is connected to an oxygen source, such as a tank or concentrator, and the oxygen flows through the tube and into the person's nose.
The nasal cannula is a low-flow oxygen delivery system, which means that the oxygen flow rate is less than 6 liters per minute, making it suitable for people with stable respiratory conditions. It can be used to treat conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pneumonia, and heart failure.

A nasal cannula is a device that delivers oxygen to a person with breathing difficulties. The flow rate of oxygen is typically less than 6 liters per minute (L/min). The flow rate is usually set by a healthcare professional based on the patient's condition and the level of saturation required. It is important to use a nasal cannula under the prescription and guidance of a healthcare professional as their instruction will determine the appropriate flow rate.

A nasal cannula typically does not deliver 100% oxygen, it delivers a lower percentage of oxygen, usually around 24-40% at a flow rate of 1-6 L/min. 100% oxygen can be delivered via a mask, high flow nasal cannula or a non-rebreather mask.


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