Non Rebreather O2 Mask
- A Non-rebreather O2 mask is designed to cover the mouth and nose and is connected directly to an oxygen tank.
- The device has a valve that only opens one way and a reservoir bag that stores oxygen. The machine stops patients from inhaling air exhaled through their lungs after exhaling.
- The mask delivers high levels of oxygen, up to 95 per cent.
- This device can treat the symptoms of respiratory distress, hypoxemia and respiratory failure.
- The adjustments may be adjusted to the rate of flow and the size of the reservoir bag according to the oxygen saturation of each patient and the rate of breathing.
Applications of non-rebreather O2 masks
- O2 masks that are not rebreather-friendly are used in various clinical settings, such as emergency departments, intensive care units, and respiration care facilities.
- They are used to treat respiratory distress, hypoxemia and respiratory failure.
- They aid in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for patients with cardiac arrest requiring high oxygen levels to keep them alive.
Features of O2 Masks that are Non-Rebreather
- Several non-rebreather oxygen masks are available in both adult and child sizes.
- Each front has a different flow rate, between 6 and 15 litres per minute,
- To accommodate the individual oxygen saturation requirements and respiratory rates.
- They also are equipped with various capacity oxygen reservoir bags between 500 and 1500ml, which adds convenience.
- Measurements for the mask are 5″ x 3.3″.
- 2 masks and 2 tubing are packed together.
- Adjustable elastic rope and mask make it easy to get a good fit.
- Medical-grade polyethylene
- Each unit includes a unique package.