Uni-flo2 Cannula Systems (4.0 Ft.)
The Uni-flo2 single, soft cannula is used to deliver up to 6 LPM of supplemental oxygen to adults who have a prescription for home oxygen therapy and have received instruction from a trained healthcare professional. The Uni-flo2 cannula can be used in the home, in outpatient, extended care, during transport and in hospital environments.
The Uni-fl2 cannula system represents a complete redesign of the nasal cannula. It is the first cannula designed with the patient in mind. So, it optimizes human use by being safe, secure, tender and unseen. It is more comfortable to wear and use than dual -pronged cannulas and also offers more efficient oxygen delivery so it might even reduce your oxygen bill over time. More specifically, the Uni-flo2...
Designed for Comfort and Dignity
The Uni-flo2 Single Nasal Cannula is the first design with the user in mind. Half the weight, half the skin contact, twice as discreet. The Uni-flo2 conforms to all facial contours with a strain relief system that insures continuous oxygen flow and maximum comfort. Designed with patient dignity, comfort and safety in mind.
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All products produced by UPODS LLC are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one month after packaged is opened.
The Uni-flo2 single nasal cannula is a hygienic product and is not eligible for return once the outside plastic packaging is opened. Should the product arrive damaged, replacements are sent at no cost.
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4 1/2 stars
Posted by Paul on Sep 12th 2017
I have now been using them for a few weeks now. It did not take long to get use to wearing them. They will continue to have a place with what I use. I did have to use a second clip to hold it to my pants pocket when I was dragging 25 or 50 feet of hose around. The clip on the shirt was not enough to pull the extra hose. They also seem to work on one side better than the other side of my face, maybe that’s just me. I try to use without taping them on most of the time, I have had to tape when I am moving my head a lot or when my nose runs they seem to slip out. At home I use medical tape but going out I do use the adhesive patches and they work really well and people have asked how does that stay in your nose? They don’t see the patch. I have also found that they work with my POC and one of the regulators I have for pulse with tanks I use. I would tell people to try them, working at my PC, watching TV or reading they can’t be beat, and they give my mustache a rest (I have a full handlebar). They also work well doing simple chores around my house once I add the clip on my pocket. (the clip I use is from a plastic hanger a dress came on that I cut off). I have also learned not to straighten the wire, after doing it 4 or 5 times it does not seem to hold the bend as well. So, you will need at least 2 so you have both sides covered.