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OXYGEN, COMPRESSED U.S.P.
PRODUCED BY AIR LIQUEFACTION
PSIG @ 70 F
ALWAYS KEEP CONTAINER IN UPRIGHT POSITION
WARNING: For emergency use only when administered by properly trained personnel for oxygen deficiency and resuscitation, For all other medical applications, Rx only.
For emergency use only when administered by properly trained personnel for oxygen deficiency and resuscitation. For all other medical applications, RX only.
WARNING: SECURE ALL CYLINDERS WHILE IN STORAGE AND IN USE.
Uninterrupted use of high concentrations of oxygen over a long duration, without monitoring its effect on oxygen content of arterial blood, may be harmful.Use only with pressure reducing equipment and apparatus designed for oxygen. Do not attempt to use on patients who have stopped breathing., unless in conjunction with resuscitative equipment. Use in accordance with Material Safety Data Sheet and safety precautions recommended by the supplier.
WARNING: FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS DISPENSING THIS PRODUCT WITHOUT PRESCRIPTION.
Produced by air liquefaction.
Do not remove this product label.
Frontier Medical Equipment, Inc.
Michael R. Mullins II dba Southern Medical Compressed Oxygen
Compressed Oxygen Label
OXYGEN, COMPRESSED U.S.P.
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