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Extended Care Plus w/First-Aid & MTV


  • 1-Pair of Nitrile gloves
  • 1-Jumbo D cylinder (623 liters /22 cu. ft.)
  • 1-Brass Multi-function Regulator
  • 1-MTV-(D-MTV)
  • 1- 6' green QC hose
  • 2-Non-Rebreather mask
  • 1- Oronasal Resuscitation mask
  • 1-Slate set (6 pieces)
  • 1-Orange Tourniquet
  • 1-First Aid Kit

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GREEN CYLINDER NOT FOR USE IN CANADA Oxygen, water and food are necessary for life, and of the three, the lack of oxygen will lead to death most rapidly. Dive injuries such as lung barotrauma, decompression illness and near drowning decrease a diver’s ability to metabolize oxygen. Providing emergency oxygen at concentrations nearing 100 percent can reduce damage to oxygen starved tissues, making a dramatic difference in the injured divers’ conditions, and improving their response to further medical treatment. When diving, help is not always close by. If you are diving in a remote location, be prepared to respond to an emergency with the DAN Rescue Pak Extended Care Plus oxygen unit w/First Aid kit included. With approximately 52 minutes supply of oxygen, this kit could improve the condition of a friend or family member suffering from decompression illness or other diving related injuries. An MTV (Manually Triggered Ventilator) allows ventilations to be performed with oxygen in concentrations nearing 100 percent. Kit details: This unit holds approximately 52 minutes of delivery time @ 12 liters per minute. M22 Cylinder: 636 liters/22.85 cu. ft. Brass multi-function regulator with 2 DISS threaded outlets, 1 barbed constant flow outlet, and 1 pressure gauge in psi. Thermoplastic MTV, maintenance, and corrosion free, with quick connect fitting. 6 ft oxygen hose with stainless steel end connections; 1 DISS connector, 1 quick connect fitting Note: This hose is not interchangeable with versions requiring DISS connectors on both ends Unit dimensions: 22 x 14 x 9 inches Weight: 27 pounds

Proper training is required to administer oxygen, to find an instructor near you, visit DAN Training