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16SOFT Nasal Oxygen Cannulas, Manufactured by Salter Labs, are designed to be soft and comfortable for long-term oxygen therapy patients. Crafted for the highest functionality, these cannulas are gentle against the skin. These cannulas are also ergonomically designed to fit the individual contours of your face, making them as comfortable as possible and avoid tangling or getting caught on things.
Dealing with a nasal oxygen cannula can be a major hassle and discomfort. The 16SOFT tubing reduces the hassel and increases the comfort. This cannula is stretchable to reduce tension and pressure on ears. The lightweight plastic material is non-irritating and will stay in place through the night. With multiple lengths and tube airflow capacity, Salter Labs has the comfortable oxygen cannula for oxygen therapy to best suit your situation.
Salter Labs 16SOFT Nasal Oxygen Cannula Features and Benefits
- Soft, Stretchable Tubing
- Reduced Pressure on the Ears and Face
- Feels Light and Soft to the Touch
- Resists Twisting and Tangling
- Non-DEHP Throughout Cannula and Tubing
- Comfortable Oxygen Cannula Maximizes Wearability for Long-Term Use
Salter Labs 16SOFT Nasal Oxygen Cannula Specifications
- Tubing Length: 4 Ft, 7 Ft, 14 Ft, 25 Ft
- Oxygen LPM Capacity: 0-6 LPM (Low-Flow) and 0-15 LPM (High-Flow)
- Brand: 16SOFT
- Color: Clear
- Manufacturer: Salter Labs
- Product Numbers: 16SOFT-4-50, 16SOFT-7-50, 16SOFT-14-50, 16SOFT-25-25, 16SOFT-HF-7-25, 16SOFT-HF-14-25, 16SOFT-HF-25-10
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Product QuestionsI need cannulas with the foam rubber attached. Do you have this product.Question by: Marion Eberle on Jun 16, 2017 8:48:00 AMYoul'll find the item you're looking for on the following page: www.vitalitymedical.com/carefusion-care-airlife-standard-nasal-cannula-with-nonflared-tip.htmlAnswer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jun 23, 2017 7:50:00 AMI am trying to order new cannulas for my brother who has CHF. He uses oxygen 100% of the time. It is set at 2. Does he need a low flow or high flow cannula? Also, He doesn't seem to change the long tubing to his machine that often. Shouldn't he be changing that out when he changes the cannula out? I was planning to order a couple of different types to see which is most comfortable, but didn't want to order something he wouldn't need. He doesn't like the cannulas with the long nasal stems... he prefers short ones. Can you help me with some options?
Question by: Linda Jones on Jun 27, 2019 10:59:00 AMWe have Oxygen Concentrator Specialists that will be able to assist you. Please give us a call at 1-800-397-5899.Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Jun 27, 2019 1:28:00 PMDo these cannulas have an odor? What material(s)are they made from?Question by: Sharlane Gubkin on Jun 28, 2019 10:39:00 AMThe cannulas may have a new plastic smell and are made of PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride).Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Jul 1, 2019 1:19:00 PMI need to find a 1 lb oxygen conservation valve for use with portable bottles that the released flow can be controlled for more flow.
I am also looking for small tubing reels that I can use to help control the green snake around on the floor around my house, my lab hates to get hit with the tubing when he is following me around.Question by: jim kingcade on Aug 11, 2019 10:03:00 PMHi Jim, Please call our customer service team at 1-800-397-5899 for assistance regarding help finding what you are looking for as advised by a medical professional.Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Aug 13, 2019 1:12:00 PMDo I need a prescription for the cannulas when I would order?
Question by: Henk Keil on Sep 25, 2017 12:51:00 PMA prescription is not required to purchase this item.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Oct 3, 2017 9:29:00 AMCan I wash these or sterilize these like silicone, or do I have to constantly replace these?Question by: Barbara Backus on May 30, 2019 1:05:00 PMThese cannulas are able to be used for up to a month. After one month, the tips start to get stiff, dirty and discolored and should be replaced.Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Jun 5, 2019 2:46:00 PMI have a dumb question. I am a new patient using oxygen at nighttime only. I was given cannula's with my initial start up. However they are stiff and the nasal prongs don't seem to fit right. Do I place them up or down in my nose. Presently using them in the down position. I noticed information on YouTube about yours and want to order a softer, smaller type. I know nothing about the different sizes you mentioned in your description 4 ft 7 ft etc. Needing help for sure. Thank you, PriscillaQuestion by: Priscilla on May 14, 2016 9:55:12 PMCannulas are typically placed in an upward position; or by having the prongs go into the nose. We sell cannulas in 4-foot and 7-foot lengths to avoid confusion.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jan 20, 2017 12:49:00 PM
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shipment 5/17/19....! Good expediting...This is my second time in ordering and have never had any complaints. Will order again.
Cannula is soft on the face.
Delivered on time. There was no charge for mailing
Other than coming back to review and finding its cheaper to buy individually verses buying bulk? (50 pack) satisfied but dinged a star.
Almost dinged anothger star for the recaptcha 'I'm not a robot test'-