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WARNING KEEP EQUIPMENT UPRIGHT AT ALL TIMES!
PRIOR to using this Device, read the Patient Operating Instruction Manual and Adhere to All Warnings and instructions.
WARNING: Concentrated oxygen vigorously accelerates combustion. Therefore: . Keep unit away from heat, flame or sparks. . Keep unit away from flammable materials, oil and grease. . Do Not Smoke.
WARNING: Frosbite may occur on contact with cold liquid or faseous oxygen, or frosted parts.
REMEMBER: . Ensure adequate ventilation for use and storage. . Do not allow untrained personnel to handle or operate this device. . This device is not life sustaining. . Rx only. . If units do not desengage easily do not use force. They may be frozen, wait until warm up and they should disengage freely. . Use of this device is restricted on commercial passenger and cargo air flights by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Refrigerated Liquid, USP UN1073 OXYGEN Produced by Air Liquefaction C E 0029 EC REP non-flammable cylinder symbol 2 oxidizer symbol 5.1
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