Salter Style 1600 Series Adult Clear Nasal Oxygen Cannula
Salter Style 1600 Series Adult Clear Nasal Oxygen Cannula

Salter Style 1600 Series Adult Clear Nasal Oxygen Cannula

Brand/Manufacturer: SALTER LABS (SA)
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  • Prescription required

Salter Style 1600 Series Adult Clear Nasal Oxygen Cannula is clear, lightweight cannula with unique, one piece anatomical design which eliminates the need for irritating flap, resulting in maximum patient comfort. The over-the-ear style headset provides secure positioning, allowing freedom of movement.

Salter 1600 Nasal Oxygen Cannula Key Points

  • Curved, tapered nasal prongs
  • Three-channel, crush-resistant safety tubing
  • Unique, anatomically correct Salter-Style design 
  • Uninterrupted flow of oxygen
  • Virtually eliminates noise.

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Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
1600-7 With 7ft Long (2.13m) Tubing, 3 Channel Safety Each $0.10
$1.49
$0.97
1600-7-50 With 7ft Long (2.13m) Tubing, 3 Channel Safety 50/Pack $3.40
$55.13
$33.95
1606-0 Without Supply Tube Each $0.08
$2.33
$0.78
1606-0-50 Without Supply Tube 50/Pack $2.76
$49.99
$27.59

Nasal Oxygen Cannula Salter Series Features

  • Salter Style 1600 Series Adult Clear Nasal Oxygen Cannula is latex free
  • Curved, tapered nasal prongs for improved anatomical fit for increased comfort
  • Over-the-ear style headset for secure positioning
  • 3-channel safety tubing for uninterrupted flow of oxygen
  • Better comfort for long-term use
  • Curved tubing to fit upper lip
  • Eliminates flap or ridge which can cause irritation
  • Uninterrupted flow of oxygen
  • Secure positioning
  • Improved anatomical fit for increased comfort
  • Also available (sold separately):
    - Salter E-Z Wrap Tube Cushions For Oxygen Cannula (Code 1016-0)

What to buy with Salter Style 1600 Series?


Who Should Use a Nasal Oxygen Cannula?

  • Nasal cannulas will work with oxygen concentrators between the settings of less than 1 LPM (liters per minute) to 6 LPM, which is the range in which most people need their dosage to be. 
  • Nasal cannulas are also suitable for people who wish to stay active and mobile since nasal cannulas are not restrictive.
  • The only times you might have a problem is if you need a higher dosage, you're experiencing too much discomfort, and if you need to use oxygen therapy while you sleep, and you find that you toss and turn too much and the cannula won't stay in place.
Cleaning and Replacing
  • Your Nasal Cannula You should clean your nasal cannula thoroughly once a week. 
  • Giving it a good rinse and sanitation doesn't take a lot of time.
  • Keeping it clean is important because bacteria will grow quickly inside the prongs, being in a dark and moist environment.
  • If you are sick, you should clean it every day after using it.
  • Clean it with a solution of clean water, gentle detergent and a little bit of vinegar. 
  • Make sure the solution gets swished around well inside the prongs, and rinse it out thoroughly under clean running water. 

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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how long is the supply tube?  also are these hard or the soft kind of cannula?
Joyce Larson - 9/17/2019 10:25:01 AM
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How often are u supposed to change 50' oxygen tubing ?
Barnet Mc Adam - 10/4/2016 10:25:09 PM
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Thank you for contacting customer care service. 
 These last forever. Use the same unit for repeated overnight uses. Just clean the cannula nose fitting with some peroxide or alcohol and its good to go.
Customer Care - 10/5/2016 1:00:08 AM
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1600 single output w/4ft tubing length      do you also have a 1053 with 4 ft tubing
Hubert Sharpe - 1/14/2016 12:05:47 AM
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Thank you for reaching out to us. Unfortunately, right now we do not carry 1053 series 4 ft tubing cannula.
Customer Care - 1/14/2016 2:04:30 AM
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How long are the nasal tubes that goes in your nose long or short ?
mattie jones - 7/23/2015 3:49:16 PM
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Thank you for reaching out to us. 

Length may vary from:
 .400 in. +- .025 in. 

This is not a molded product.
Customer Service - 7/30/2015 11:19:32 PM
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What size are the nasal tubes ?
mattie jones - 7/23/2015 3:37:03 PM
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Thank you for reaching out to us. 

Length may vary from: 
 .400 in. +- .025 in. 

There are various measurements on the 1600 facepiece. The nares are 0.64 inches apart center to center. The prongs are approximately 0.116 inches in diameter ID. OD 0.155 at the tip. The prong length varies due to the dipping process and can be trimmed for patient comfort. 

This is not a molded product.
Customer Service - 8/6/2015 12:15:05 AM
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I never know which way the nasal tube goes in my nose should it go in up or down?
3893 Alberta Terrace Phia Pa - 3/30/2015 5:48:09 PM
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Thank you for reaching out to us. The curve of the nasal prongs points down when placing in the nose. We recommend to please consult a physician/trained clinical expert or a healthcare professional to help you with the procedure.
Customer Care - 3/31/2015 11:38:31 PM
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