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Oxygen Mask is designed to deliver oxygen therapy through the mouth or nose to the patient. The healthcare provider might prescribe oxygen therapy if the lungs cannot provide the required oxygen to the patient. In such a case, oxygen is delivered through oxygen tanks or oxygen cylinders into the tubing that passes oxygen to the mask. The patient wears the oxygen supply mask and gets proper oxygen gas. They are lightweight and secured to the face using the attached headband or earloops.

Types of Oxygen Masks

Simple Oxygen Face Mask

Oxygen concentration in a standard room is about 21%. An oxygen face mask is suitable for 30% - 60% oxygen concentration, which is necessary for medical treatment. These masks are usually made of plastic. An oxygen breathing mask often has the capacity to hold 100-200 ml of gas in itself and requires an oxygen flow of 5-6 l/min to avoid carbon dioxide accumulation inside the mask. These masks fix the patient’s mouth with an elasticated headband. Simple masks like Allied Simple Medium Concentration Oxygen Mask contain holes for carbon dioxide to escape and fresh air to mix with the oxygen.

Reservoir Mask

These masks have a reservoir attached to them. Both non-breather masks and partial re-breather masks come under this category. Reservoir masks are used for delivering a higher concentration of oxygen. The partial re-breather mask like the Hudson RCI Adult High Concentration Oxygen Supply Mask provides 70 – 90 percent oxygen concentration, while a non-re-breather mask delivers 90 percent of oxygen concentration or more. Reservoir masks do not contain any openings to restrict the inflow of outside air.

When to use an Oxygen Mask?

A face mask with oxygen is to be used when the patient is going through respiratory arrest and needs enough supply of oxygen. They provide a constant level of oxygen and can help control carbon dioxide retention. Simple face masks are highly effective and can supply high oxygen. They are ideal to be used for hours or several days.

FAQs About Oxygen Face Mask

1. Why are there holes in the oxygen breathing mask?

Openings in the mask allow the patient to inhale room air if the oxygen source fails. This is the reason that the face mask with oxygen has holes in it.

2. How much oxygen do you need for a mask with oxygen?

A simple face mask can deliver 35% to 50% oxygen with an appropriate flow rate of 6 to 10 L/minute.

3. How long can you use an oxygen breathing mask?

Replace them every 2 to 4 weeks. If you have a cold, change the nasal prongs when your cold symptoms are done.

Where Can I Buy Oxygen Breathing Mask?

HPFY brings you the best-in-class Oxygen breathing mask that allows the transfer of oxygen from tanks to the lungs from top manufacturers like Teleflex, Drive Medical, Southmedic, and many more at attractive prices on HPFY.

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