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Oxygen, Refrigerated Liquid, U.S.P. UN 1073
ALWAYS KEEP CONTAINER IN UPRIGHT POSITION. EXTREMELY COLD, OXIDIZING LIQUID AND GOS UNDER PRESSURE. VIGOROUSLY ACCELERATES COMBUSTION. COMBUSTIBLES IN CONTACT WITH LIQUID OXYGEN MAY EXPLODE ON IGNITION OR IMPACT. CAN CAUSE SEVERE FROSTBITE. Keep oil, grease and combustibles away. No smoking in container area. Use only equipment cleaned for oxygen service. 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 or handle container roughly. Use hand-truck for container movement. Avoid spills. Do not walk on or roll equipment over spills. Close valve after each use and when empty. Use in accordance with Material Safety Date Sheet.
FIRST AID: IN CASE OF FROSTBITE, obtain professional medical treatment immediately.
WARNING: For emergency use only when administered by properly trained personnel for oxygen deficiency and resuscitation. For all other medical applications, CAUTION: FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS DISPENSING WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION. Uninterrupted use of high concentrations of oxygen over a long duration, without monitoring its effect on oxygen content of arterial blood, may be harmful. Do not attempt to use on patients who have stopped breathing, unless used in conjunction with resuscitative equipment. Use only with pressure reducing equipment and apparatus designed for oxygen.
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To evaluate changes in activity based on the use of portable oxygen concentrators combined with standard of care (SOC) long- term oxygen therapy versus SOC long-term oxygen therapy alone a...
This study will evaluate patient comfort and oxygen delivery efficiency when providing supplemental oxygen through a nasal cannula to volunteers using an instrumented oxygen delivery syste...
The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of supplemental oxygen on blood oxygenation at rest in Patients with severe to very severe COPD comparing the portable oxygen concentrat...
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While normal oxygen saturation is commonly thought to be a marker of normal oxygenation, cutaneous saturation does not account for the sufficiency of oxygen within each cell or that of the system over...
To observe arterial oxygen in relation to fraction of inspired oxygen (FO) during mechanical ventilation (MV).
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