Soft plastic tubing that goes around a baby's head and under his nose, where there are openings (prongs) to deliver oxygen.
A device to be inserted in the nose of a patient in order to deliver oxygen and/or collect a gas sample from the patient's breath.
A type of breathing mask for oxygen. A small plastic tube blows small amounts of oxygen directly into the nose.
a light-weight tube with two hollow prongs that fit just inside the nose. Nasal cannulas are used to deliver oxygen.
Short, thin tubes placed into the nostrils, through which oxygen is administered. Used in cases of mild or chronic lung disease which are not severe enough to require use of CPAP or a ventilator.
Small set of prongs that go in the nose of the baby to deliver oxygen.
a device that delivers oxygen via two small tubes inserted in the nostrils
a flexible plastic tube that is used to deliver oxygen to the
a two-pronged device inserted in the nostrils that is connected to tubing carrying the oxygen
A set of soft plastic prongs and tubing that delivers extra oxygen into a babyâ€™s nose.
An oxygen cannula that has two small prongs that go slightly into the nose. It is used when nocturnal oxygen is needed.
an oxygen device that is placed into the nostrils so that oxygen can delivered
A hoop of plactic tubing with two open nozzles which insert into the nostrils. Used for the delivery of oxygen.
a rubber or vinyl tube which extends around the user's face with curved prongs that fit into the nostrils for delivery of oxygen at low flow rates. Aslo reffered to as "nose hose" (slang).
A special tubing that is used to give oxygen throught the nose, making holding and feeding easier.
The nasal cannula is a device used in the hospital or at home to deliver supplemental oxygen to a patient or person in need of extra oxygen. This device is a plastic tube which fits around the head of a person and a set of two prongs which are placed in the nose or nares of the person. These http://www.glasgowfirstaid.org/images/cannula.jpg prongs are where the oxygen flows out of.