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Oxygen Pocket Mask with Oxygen Connector


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About Oxygen Pocket Mask with Oxygen Connector

The Pocket Mask is a small, easily storable device that is designed for mouth to mask ventilation of adults and children, and is a must for your diving first aid kit. Air is administered to the patient when the emergency responder exhales through a one-way filter valve. The Pocket Mask has a built in one-way valve filter to protect the emergency responder from the patient's potentially infectious bodily substances. The Pocket Mask has a built-in oxygen intake tube, allowing for administration of 50-60% oxygen. However, even without being hooked up to an external line, exhaled air from the provider can still provide sufficient oxygen to live, up to 16%. The filter is replaceable and the mask is a latex-free design. Mask comes in a convenient plastic storage case.

Oxygen Pocket Mask with Oxygen Connector Features

  • Oxygen Pocket Mask with Oxygen Connector
  • Single Use Rescue Breathing Mask
  • Increases Distance from Patient, Unlike Standard Mouth-to-Mouth
  • Pre-Inflated Cuff for Ease of Application
  • Quick and Effective Seal
  • Oxygen Inlet Facilitates Delivery of Supplemental Oxygen
  • Includes Head Strap
  • One-Way-Valve & Filter: Acts as Barrier, Separating Rescuer & Patient
  • Hydrophobic Filter, Help Prevent Passage of Liquids & Secretions
  • Can-be-Used On Adult, Child and Infant
  • Latex-Free Mask & Strap Design

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
JEFF M  must have for completion of DM course
Denis F  The Pocket Mask has a built-in oxygen intake tube, allowing for administration of 50-60% oxygen. Why is the o2 only 50 to 60 % ? I though it the o2 content would relate to the o2 bottle contents ratio.
ARSEV A  While 100% o2 is given from o2 intake, patient also inhale normal air which comes from the regular inhale way so when it mix with the 21% o2 in the air it just gives about 50-60% o2. If you close the normal breath way this mask can't support 100% o2 flow. hope it helps...
Kenneth D  You can hook it up to 100% O2, but there is not a valve to prevent regular air from coming in the top where a rescuer would normally do mouth to mouth. So that's why they suggest it would only administer 50-60% O2.
C P  Does the mask case that comes with it have a way to attach it to a BC? Like a hole for a clip or ring?
C. JOHN B  The case doesn't have a hole or clip. I stuff mine in a pocket on the BDC. Thinking about this though, one could use a small mesh bag and clip bag to a D ring on BCD. I put all my emergency items in pockets so that they are stowed out of the way and accessible.
JAMES M  No. There are no attachment points or holes for cable. I just put it in my BC pocket.
DAVE S  No it doesn't attach to your BCD, it is just a clam shell case that would easily fit into most BCD pockets.
TIMOTHY G  No. You can keep it in a BC pocket if need be.
Jonathan S  Yes, it has a clip on the back.
GROVER G  No. I take it out of the case and keep it in my BCD during the dive. It's held up just fine.
HUGH W  Yes, but simple if I remember, I wouldnt count on it on your BCD without a zipper pouch. Going by memory, have not really used it yet.
JESUS V  It shouldn't be attached that way, it will compromise the integrity of the plastic. The mask should be collapsed and placed in your BC pocket.
AVIRAM L  No it doesnt, but it fits nicely in a drysuit or bc pocket. Its fairly small. Since its not waterproof you can probably put a hole in it and attach it via lanyard
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