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04:57 EDT 27th August 2014 | BioPortfolio

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CARBON DIOXIDE

        U. S. P.

       UN 1013

WestAir                                  2506 Market Street

Gases and Equipment, Inc.      San Diego, Ca. 92102

NON-FLAMMABLE

          GAS

             2

Rx Only. CAUTION: FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS DISPENSING WITHOUT PRESCRIPTION.

WARNING: Administration of Carbon Dioxide may be hazardous or contraindicated.

For use only by or under the supervision of a licensed practitioner who is experienced in the use

and adminIstration of Carbon Dioxide and is familiar with the indications, effects, dosages, methods and

frequency and duration of administration, and with the hazards, contraindications, and side effects and

the precautions to be taken. CAUTION: HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID AND GAS. CAN CAUSE

RAPID SUFFOCATION. CAN INCREASE RESPIRATION AND HEART RATE. MAY CAUSE

FROSTBITE. Avoid breathing gas. Store and use with adequate ventilation. Do not get liquid in

eyes, on skin or clothing. Cylinder temperature should not exceed 125 degrees F (52 degrees C). Use equipment rated

for cylinder pressure. Close valve after each use and when empty. Use in accordance with Material Safety

Data Sheet. NOTE: Suck-back into cylinder my cause rupture. Always use a back flow preventive device in the piping.

FIRST AID: IF INHALED: remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen.

Call a physician. IN CASE OF FROSTBITE: obtain medical treatment immediately. DO NOT REMOVE THIS PRODUCT LABEL.

    U.S.P.

   Carbon

   Dioxide

Refrigerated

    Liquid

  UN 2187

            WestAir                      2506 Market Street

Gases and Equipment, Inc.      San Diego, Ca. 92102

NON-FLAMMABLE

          2

WARNING:

ALWAYS KEEP CONTAINER IN UPRIGHT POSITION. COLD LIQUID AND GAS UNDER

PRESSURE. CAN CAUSE RAPID SUFFOCATION (DUE TO OXYGEN DEFICIENCY).

CAN INCREASE RESPIRATION AND HEART RATE. MAY CAUSE SEVERE FROSTBITE

AVOID BREATHING GAS.

Store and use with adequate ventilation. Do not get liquid in eyes, on skin or clothing. For liquid

withdrawal, wear face shield and gloves. Do not drop container roughly. Use hand-truck

for container movement. Close valve after each use and when empty. Use in accordance with

Material Safety Data Sheet. NOTE: Suck-back into cylinder may cause rupture. Always use a

back flow preventive device in the piping.

FIRST AID: IF INHALED: remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is

difficult, give oxygen. Call a physician. IN CASE OF FROSTBITE, obtain proffessional medical

treatment immediately.

CAUTION:   Rx only.

WARNING: Administration of carbon dioxide may be hazardous or contraindicated. For use only by or under

the suprevision of a licensed practitioner who is experienced in the use and administration of carbon

dioxide and is familiar with the indications, effects, dosages, methods, and frequency and duration of

administration, and with the hazards, contraindications and side effects and the precautions to be taken.\

WARNING: DO NOT HANDLE CYLINDER OR USE CONTENTS UNTIL: 1) YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND

THE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET(S) FOR THIS PRODUCT. CALL YOUR SUPPLIER FOR MORE COPIES.

2) YOU ARE TRAINED TO USE CYLINDER AND CONTENTS, INCLUDING EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.

                                       DO NOT REMOVE THIS PRODUCT LABEL

Manufacturer

WestAir Gases and Equipment, Inc.

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