The Ingen Oxyview™ Flow Indicator
"Would you like to SEE the oxygen flow rate
you are getting right now?"
"Would you feel better if you could check your oxygen flow at any moment – day or night?"
Introducing - The Ingen Oxyview™ Flow Indicator
Sometimes there are leaks in your cannula. Sometimes the indicator on your oxygen tank or compressor are not exactly right
Wouldn’t you like a cheap easy way to check that you are getting the life-saving oxygen you need?
The Ingen Oxyview™ flow indicator is a simple in-line REAL TIME, REAL FLOW indicator for 0 to 6 l/min. flow rates. It is reusable and long lasting. No Batteries Required.
It can be installed in any single tube oxygen nasal cannula. When you change cannula, you can also change the flow indicator to the new cannula. See the instructions below.
Instructions for use
OxyView™ is a pneumatic real-time oxygen flow meter for use with oxygen cylinders, concentrators and other oxygen delivery systems. This device can measure the flow rate of oxygen from 0-4.5 l/m. It can be attached at all times and used to assure and measure oxygen flow rate. No batteries are required for product operation.
1 - OxyView™ Device
2 - Rubber Bushing Connectors
MADE IN THE USA
FDA Registration No. 3005686889
Packaged in a clean room under ISO standards.
100% non-toxic medical grade materials.
U.S. and Foreign Patents Pending
1. Cut large cannula oxygen hose 6" to 12" near the cannula connection.
DO NOT cut hose above the cannula connection into the smaller hose.
2. Connect the long end of the rubber bushing connector to the large hose sections by firmly pressing the large hose into the long end of the rubber bushing connector, and connect the OxyView™ to the short end of the rubber bushing connector between the two sections.
All connections should be firmly placed.
OXYVIEW™ MAY BE PLACED ANYWHERE BETWEEN THE CANNULA AND THE OXYGEN SOURCE. IT MAY ALSO BE PLACED BETWEEN THE EXISTING RUBBER BUSHING CONNECTORS BETWEEN THE CANNULA AND THE HOSE EXTENSION, OR AT THE REGULATOR.
WARNING: WHITE ARROW ON OXYVIEW SHOULD BE IN DIRECTION OF OXYGEN FLOW, OR POINTING TOWARD THE CANNULA.