OXYGEN IN A BOX!

For Breathing & Cardiac Emergencies No Training Required - Even a Child can Operate!

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10% Increase In Survival for Each Minute Improvement in

Oxygen Availability

Milwaukee County EMS Activity Report 2013

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Allows Rescuer to Focus On Chest Compressions

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Safe, Portable, Non-Explosive Oxygen, Permitted Anywhere and it Floats!

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Individuals who are experiencing opioid overdose should be ventilated with 100% oxygen before naloxone is administered so as to reduce the risk of acute lung injury.
— SAMSHA, Dept.of Health and Human Services, USA

“Oxygen can be a critical response to many emergency situations and can be an effective first aid technique to prevent shock and cardiac arrest.”

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