Oxymizers do not require electronics, batteries, switches, or flow controls. During exhalation, a reservoir contained within the facepiece or pendant fills with oxygen and is then delivered to the patient upon inhalation.
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|Question:||what leter per minute can u use mwith this device|
|Answer:||This item may be used at flow rates of up to 12LPM.|
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|Question:||how long do these devices last What all is attached to the device? Can they be covered by medicare and/or tricare?|
With proper use and care, this device may last 3-4 weeks. If the person using the item is ill, you may need to change use more frequently to avoid prolonging the illness.
The item may be available to be covered by insurance, however as MSEC does not bill insurance companies, we do not have any details regarding coverage. We can provide any proof of purchase or invoices for you to file direct with your insurance provider if necessary.