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DetailsSalter Labs Cannula with Cushion Ear Piece - clear, lightweight adult cannula is made with the Salter-Style manufacturing process, producing a soft, anatomically designed, one piece, seamless cannula that is comfortable to wear. Clear, lightweight cannula with unique, one piece anatomical design eliminates the need for flap, which can cause irritation. The result is maximum patient comfort. Over-the-ear style head set ensures secure positioning, allowing freedom of movement. Provided with three-channel safety tubing or smooth bore tubing.
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Product QuestionsDoes this come with tubing?Question by: Barbara on Nov 29, 2017 7:52:00 PMThis item does not come with any tubing. To find tubing that will work with your needs, consider visiting our oxygen tubing page, located here: https://www.vitalitymedical.com/oxygen-tubing.htmlAnswer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Mar 12, 2018 9:08:00 AM
Carol 245 09 2015 12:44
I didn't monkey around with the various cannula cushions I found online. I just ordered these right off the bat. They are very comfortable and I am very happy!
Robert 64 03 2013 20:05
Your product far superior to my O2 provider .
Excellent product .My O2 provider only furnishes cannulas with no ear protection attached .One can order Ear Wraps however they slip and in no way compare with your product in comfort or convince .
MaryanneAZ 132 05 2012 00:26
Best Cannula for Oxygen Dependent People
I literally purchased a dozen different cannulas to find the most comfortable one to use 24/7. The Salter 1600TLC is the hands down winner. The ear cushions are attached and protect sensitive ears. The tubing is soft and flexible and is comfortable to wear on my face and neck. The nasal prongs are the right length and curved for comfort and great oxygen delivery. This product is rated for use up to 6 lpm. The other important feature is that the cannula is latex free. Of course, these cannulas are more expensive than others on the market. However, the superiority of the cannula is the most important consideration when one requires 24/7 oxygen.
joann 189 07 2012 21:34