Salter Labs Three Channel Oxygen Supply Tubing Features
- Salter Labs Three Channel Oxygen Supply Tubing adds safety with 3-Channel Oxygen Supply
- Design prevents interruption of oxygen
- Vinyl construction
- The tubing is available in different lengths to accommodate various patient needs and settings
- Does not retain memory
- Not made with natural rubber latex
- Used for oxygen delivery
What to buy with Salter Labs 3-Channel Oxygen Tubing
How to use 3-Channel Oxygen Supply Tubing?
- Connect the tubing to the oxygen source, making sure the connection is secure.
- Connect the other end of the tubing to the patient's oxygen delivery device, such as a nasal cannula or oxygen mask.
- Make sure that the tubing is free of kinks or blockages, as these can impede the flow of oxygen.
- Turn on the oxygen source and adjust the flow rate as directed by the healthcare provider.
- Observe the patient and monitor the oxygen saturation levels to ensure that the oxygen delivery is adequate.
- When finished, turn off the oxygen source and disconnect the tubing from both the oxygen source and the patient's oxygen delivery device.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the tubing compatible with most oxygen sources and delivery devices?
Yes, the tubing is designed to be compatible with most oxygen sources and delivery devices, including oxygen concentrators, cylinders, and nebulizers.
How often should Salter Labs Three Channel Oxygen Supply Tubing be replaced?
The tubing should be replaced every 30 to 90 days or as recommended by the manufacturer.
Is the tubing latex-free?
Yes, the tubing is latex-free to minimize the risk of allergic reactions.
Can the tubing be reused?
No, the tubing is disposable and should not be reused to prevent the risk of contamination and infection.
How should the tubing be stored?
The tubing should be stored in a clean and dry place at room temperature, away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
What should I do if the tubing becomes kinked or blocked?
If the tubing becomes kinked or blocked, it should be replaced immediately to ensure continuous oxygen flow to the patient.
Can the tubing be cleaned?
No, the tubing is disposable and should not be cleaned to prevent the risk of contamination and infection.