Ventimask

Clinically proven that “only the Ventimask is able to provide a fixed and predictable oxygen concentration under conditions of the changing ventilatory patterns found in clinical practice.”1 Ventimask is the accepted standard for controlled oxygen therapy for exact oxygen concentration delivery, optimum clinical performance and greater patient acceptability.


Ventimask

Clinically proven that “only the Ventimask is able to provide a fixed and predictable oxygen concentration under conditions of the changing ventilatory patterns found in clinical practice.”1 Ventimask is the accepted standard for controlled oxygen therapy for exact oxygen concentration delivery, optimum clinical performance and greater patient acceptability.

Large Capacity

Large 280ml capacity acts as an oxygen reservoir and maximises accuracy. Also reduces any feeling of claustrophobia, improving therapy compliance.

Exhalation Vents

The number and position of the vents enhance CO2 washout and prevent pressure build-up in the mask.

Soft and Flexible

The masks seals comfortably to the face without pressure points.

Horizontal Gas Flow

Minimises irritation and drying of the eyes.

Product Codes

Ventimask

part number description qty
037-10-007
Ventimask without Venturi Barrel
50

Ventimask with Venturi Barrel

part number desCRIPTION Minimum Flow
Rate Lpm
colour qty
037-10-001
037-10-002
037-10-010
037-10-003
037-10-004
037-10-005
037-10-006
Ventimask with 24% Venturi
Ventimask with 28% Venturi
Ventimask with 31% Venturi
Ventimask with 35% Venturi
Ventimask with 40% Venturi
Ventimask with 60% Venturi
Ventimask with 28% Venturi
in situ (for Home Use)
2
4
6
8
10
15
2
50
50
50
50
50
50
50

Ventimask O2 Concentration Sets

part number description qty
037-10-008
037-10-009
037-10-012
Ventimask Low O2 Concentration Set
with 24%, 28%, 31% & 35% Venturies
Ventimask High O2 Concentration Set
with 40% & 60% Venturies
Ventimask with 6 Venturies 24%, 28%,
31%, 35%, 40% & 60%
50
50
40

1 Fixed performance oxygen masks. Hypoxic hazard of low-capacity designs. D Cox & C Gillbe. Anaesthesia, 1981, Volume 36, pages 958-964