3 mask respiratory set
Rubber mounted 22mm/oxygen adaptor fitted to tough polycarbonate mask with dual vents, not valves, thereby allow unrestricted inhalation and exhalation.
Ø If oxygen flow is set (or becomes closed) too low for patient requirement, vents allow patient to inhale supplementary ambient.
Ø If oxygen flow is set (or becomes) too high for patient requirement, then vents allow excess to escape
Ø Optional hook and strap to help secure mask available.
Ø Made from most durable materials available.
Ø Mask is wide section polycarbonate.
Ø Polycarbonate adaptor is rubber-mounted so will not crack when dropped
Ø Diaphragm is made from high tear resistant, chemical resistant thermoplastic rubber.
Ø Most competing masks crack where the connector meets the mask body, this is because they are molded in one piece to save costs
Ø Often the diaphragm on competing masks crack and tear easily this is generally because they are either made from material which is lower cost and incompatible with polycarbonate (which draws the elastomer from the diaphragm) OR the material is unable to withstand contact with cleaning chemicals.
Ø The material our diaphragms is neutral with polycarbonate and has high chemical resistance so it will last much longer.
The Recovery O2 masks can be used to provide oxygen to animals that are in respiratory distress. The mask has a 22mm x hose barb adapter on the inlet side, allowing you to connect either oxygen tubing (included) or the adapter can be removed to allow the attachment of a standard 22mm breathing circuit. The mask also has dual vents on the sides to allow unrestricted inhalation and exhalation. If oxygen flow is set too low for patient requirement, the vents will allow the patient to inhale ambient air. If oxygen flow is set too high for patient requirement, the vents will allow excess air to escape.
Recovery O2 Small (3 1/2”H, 3 5/8”D, 1 1/4” hole in diaphragm)
Recovery O2 Large (6”H, 5 1/2”D, 2 1/4” hole in diaphragm)
Recovery O2 Feline (3 3/4”H, 3 5/8”D, 1 1/8” hole in diaphragm)
1. Connect O2 tube to O2 supply or remove 22mm/O2 fitting and connect to an anesthesia machine.
2. Seal mask over patients mouth and nose
3. Set appropriate O2 flow rate for the patient.
Feline mask: 1-3 liters
Small Canine mask: 3-5 liters
Large Canine mask: 5-7 liters
Note: For long term use, oxygen should flow through a bubble type humidifier to prevent mucosal drying.
The masks and tubing should be cleaned after each use with a dilute chlorhexidine solution or mild soap and water. For the best method of cleaning remove the diaphragm and 22mm adapter from the mask. Then dry parts and reinstall diaphragm & adapter for the next use.