Softech Adult Nasal Cannula with 4 Foot Star Lumen Oxygen Supply Tubing (5 Pack)


  3.80

5 Total Reviews

Package:
4-Foot Softech Nasal Cannula with Star Lumen Supply Tubing
$9.99



  • Brand:Hudson RCI
  • Part Numbers:1827

Hudson RCI's SofTech Nasal Cannula's are produced with a special manufacturing process to create an exceptionally soft cannula eliminating the harsh discomfort caused by other delivery systems.

The SofTech's Star Lumen Supply Tube is crush and kink-resistant and includes a standard connector for easy attachement to standard oxygen tubing. The over-the-ear design provides a comfortable and secure fit.

Usage Information: These cannulas are disposable; for optimal performance they should be changed regularly, at least every 14 days or when they appear soiled, discolored or the prongs become stiff. For full usage instructions please review the user manual that came with your equipment.

GENERAL SPECS

  • Manufacturer:Hudson RCI
  • Part Numbers:1827
  • HCPCS Codes:A4615
  • FLEX SPENDING:Can be purchased with FSA & HSA Cards

PHYSICAL SPECS

  • Dimensions:4 Feet
  • Materials:Latex Free

MASK & INTERFACE SPECS

  • Cannula Flow:Up to 6 LPM Maximum Recommended
  • oxygen

    55

    I like the soft cannulas very much. The short 4ft tubing makes is very nice with my portable oxygen concentrator.
    Written by ,


  • Nice and soft

    55

    Like the 4 foot length, and the soft cannula
    Written by ,


  • It Was Exactly What I Was Looking For

    55

    I wanted a shorter tubing and so I went online and found it. It arrived sooner then expected and it was exactly as advertised. The price was very reasonable.
    Written by ,


  • Nasal Cannulas

    15

    The nasal cannulas was hard around ears. I can't use them.
    Written by ,


  • Doesn't work for me

    35

    I purchased a few of these because they were advertised as "soft". The ones I have been using are pretty hard and irritate my nostrils. These are only marginally better, but the reason I don't care for them is that I use them in the home connected to my concentrator delivery line with a Salter Labs swivel connector. The cannula does not get a very good grip on this swivel connector and keeps pulling off - not acceptable.
    Written by ,