First-time single-sided nasal cannula users start here!
The Oxy-Breather single-sided nasal cannula starter set has everything you need to begin breathing single-sided oxygen. It delivers the same safe levels of oxygen as the standard cannula (up to 4 LPM) while it removes two-thirds of the plastic tubing from your face.
When you need to replace your cannula simply purchase a single sided cannula refill from our store and place the new tubing into the reusable earpiece and support arm assembly that are included in your starter set.
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Exceptionally soft tubing combined with a revolutionary design innovation come together to create the World’s Most Comfortable Cannula.
Feel the difference where it really makes a difference:
- Ears – instead of draping tubing behind your ears causing irritation with every motion, we support our nasal cannula with a comfortable earpiece assembly that eliminates most ear pressure;
- Nose – nasal prongs so thin and soft you’ll forget they’re even in there;
- Neck – no cinching required! Your neck remains open and free;
- Face – find your face again! Help people to look beyond your tubing and discover your face again.
We proudly manufacture and assemble your Oxy-Breather in the USA
All of the materials used to make these single-sided nasal cannulas are the same that all manufacturers use (PVC). The super flexible tubing is a medical-grade PVC compound that passed standard toxicology tests. The adhesive used to bond all connections is the same used by major manufacturers. Like all cannulas, these are not sterile but they are made in a clean environment and all the tubing and fittings are manufactured to the same standards of cleanliness.
How long do they last? It varies among customers. It can last anywhere from 3, 4 weeks to 2 months. Tubing and nosepiece will become harder over time. Single-sided nasal cannula replacement should take place when you no longer get the comfort you are looking for or when you require a new and clean cannula to maintain your respiratory health.