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Amron International 8891-010 Oxygen Treatment Hood with Optical Window (CE Registered)

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SKU: 8891-010

$78.00

Availability: 200 In Stock

Oxygen Treatment Hood with Optical Window

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Features

  • CE Registered
  • Soft vinyl hood with extra large optical quality window

Sterilization

  • Please reference the Cleaning Manual located in the Attachments tab on this web page for recommended cleaning instructions
  • Hood Part Number 8891-010 can also be sterilized using either gas sterilization method listed below; however multiple cycles of gas sterilizing over time will shorten the products working life:
    • Low - 4  hours at 100 degrees with an aeration time of 36 hours
    • High - 1 hour at 130 degrees with an aeration time of 12 hours

Caution: Federal law (USA) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician or licensed practitioner.

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The Amron International 8891-010 Oxygen Treatment Hood with Optical Window (CE Registered) is the pre-eminent hood on the market and easily sets the standard for all others.

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  • Can I purchase an Oxygen Treatment Hood for private use?
    No, Federal law (USA) mandates that Amron can only sell this device to physicians and/or licensed clinical practitioners.
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  • What is the internal volume of the Oxygen Treatment Hood?
    1533.98 in³.
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  • Is there any data on the flow rate needed to achieve 100% FiO2 in the Oxygen Treatment Hood with different head sizes?
    No. There are too many variables involved in determining the FiO2 inside the Oxygen Treatment Hood using a data chart or mathematical formula. Besides fixed factors like oxygen flow rate and exhaust rates, you have patient factors as well, patient head size, patient tidal volume and breathing rate, and patient health just to name a few. To offer your patients the highest concentration of oxygen, Amron suggest setting the oxygen flow rate between 25-50 lpm (Liters Per Minute) and using an Amron Exhaust Regulator 8890-300. The Amron Exhaust Regulator provides automatic exhaust of excess gas from the treatment hood regardless of input flow of oxygen. It will also track the supply flow and increase and decrease the exhaust flow as necessary. The easiest way to determine FiO2 inside the Oxygen Treatment Hood is to connect an oxygen analyzer to the hood by using the multi-purpose port. Analyzing a gas sample from inside the treatment hood in real time will give you an idea of what oxygen concentration the patient is breathing.
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  • Can I use my Sterrad ® Sterilization system to sterilize my 8891 Oxygen Treatment Hood?

    Amron has not preformed any testing to determine whether or not you can use this type of process to sterilize our Oxygen Treatment Hood. Amron recommends using SaniZide Plus as a convenient, fast-acting intermediate level germicidal disinfectant, cleaner, and deodorizer. 

     

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  • Do you make the 8891-010 Oxygen Treatment Hood in different sizes?

    No, we currently only offer this one size.

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  • Can I autoclave the my Oxygen Treatment Hood?

    No. Amron recommends SaniZide Plus as a convenient, fast-acting intermediate level germicidal disinfectant, cleaner and deodorizer. SaniZide Plus is delivered ready to use and requires no mixing.

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  • The method of cleaning as stated in the general instructions does not suit our unit due to the clean area that would be required to drip dry the hoods. Is there any other approved method of cleaning?

    We only have two methods approved for cleaning.

    1)     The first is spraying Sanizide and letting the hood sit for 10 minutes.

    2)    The second is gas sterilization using the method below:

    1. Low - 4  hours at 100 degrees with an aeration time of 36 hours
    2. High - 1 hour at 130 degrees with an aeration time of 12 hours

    Using the gas sterilization will shorten the life of the hood but we have many customers that use it and are very happy with the results.

     

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