Salter Labs

Address: 100 W. Sycamore Road, Arvin, California 93203, USA
Phone: +1-(661)-854-3166, (800)-421-0024 | Fax: +1-(661)-854-3850, 800-628-4690 | Map/Directions >>

Profile: Salter Labs deals with oxygen delivery, anesthesia breath detection, aerosol delivery and sleep diagnostic products. Our products include nasal cannulas, tubing connectors, oxygen masks, humidifiers, oxygen indicators, medication nebulizers, aerosol compressors, peak flow meters, disposable spirometers, airflow pressure sensors, airflow thermistors, and sleep diagnostic cannulas. Our ThermiSense® oral/nasal thermal airflow sensing system is a diagnostic thermistor temperature sensing system for use during sleep disorder studies. The specifically designed cannula allows it to be placed in the optimal position to accurately sense the oral/nasal thermal airflow changes as well as the nasal pressure signal. Our Salter-Lite™ cannulas are designed to deliver clear signals for real time pressure, snore monitoring and/or gas sampling capabilities from the face piece nasal prongs or the oral trunk. The soft lumen trunk, reduced size of the face piece & nasal prongs give extra comfort.

FDA Registration Number: 3000219639

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• Aerosol Therapy Masks
• Aerosol-generating Device
• Anesthesia Circuit Fitting
• Breathing Frequency Monitor (FDA Code: BZQ / 868.2375)
A breathing (ventilatory) frequency monitor is a device intended to measure or monitor a patient's respiratory rate. The device may provide an audible or visible alarm when the respiratory rate, averaged over time, is outside operator settable alarm limits. This device does not include the apnea monitor classified in 868.2377.
• Bubble Humidifier-dry
• Cannulas
• Compressor Carrying Bag
• Conventional Cannula
• Conventional Nasal Cannula
• CPAP Nasal Cannulas
• Diagnostic Cannulas
• Diagnostic Spirometer (FDA Code: BZG / 868.1840)
A diagnostic spirometer is a device used in pulmonary function testing to measure the volume of gas moving in or out of a patient's lungs.
• Direct Patient Interface Nebulizer (FDA Code: CAF / 868.5630)
A nebulizer is a device intended to spray liquids in aerosol form into gases that are delivered directly to the patient for breathing. Heated, ultrasonic, gas, venturi, and refillable nebulizers are included in this generic type of device.
• Direct Patient Interface Respiratory Gas Humidifier (FDA Code: BTT / 868.5450)
A respiratory gas humidifier is a device that is intended to add moisture to, and sometimes to warm, the breathing gases for administration to a patient. Cascade, gas, heated, and prefilled humidifiers are included in this generic type of device.
• Disposable Spirometer
• Gas Cylinder Pressure Regulator (FDA Code: CAN / 868.2700)
A pressure regulator is a device, often called a pressure-reducing valve, that is intended for medical purposes and that is used to convert a medical gas pressure from a high variable pressure to a lower, more constant working pressure. This device includes mechanical oxygen regulators.
• Gas Exchange Spirometer
• Gaseous Phase Carbon-Dioxide Gas Analyzer (FDA Code: CCK / 868.1400)
A carbon dioxide gas analyzer is a device intended to measure the concentration of carbon dioxide in a gas mixture to aid in determining the patient's ventilatory, circulatory, and metabolic status. The device may use techniques such as chemical titration, absorption of infrared radiation, gas chromatography, or mass spectrometry.
• Gaseous Phase Oxygen Gas Analyzer (FDA Code: CCL / 868.1720)
An oxygen gas analyzer is a device intended to measure the concentration of oxygen in respiratory gases by techniques such as mass spectrometry, polarography, thermal conductivity, or gas chromatography. This generic type of device also includes paramagnetic analyzers.
• Head Cannula
• Head Cannula Child And Infant
• High Flow Humidifier
• Humidifiers
• Koko Spirometer
• Manual Nebulizer Pump (FDA Code: EPN / 874.5220)
An ear, nose, and throat drug administration device is one of a group of ear, nose, and throat devices intended specifically to administer medicinal substances to treat ear, nose, and throat disorders. These instruments include the powder blower, dropper, ear wick, manual nebulizer pump, and nasal inhaler.
• Medication Nebulizers
• Nasal Cannula (Tube, Airway)
• Nasal Cannulas
• Non-Heated Humidifier
• Non-Rebreathing Oxygen Mask (FDA Code: KGB / 868.5570)
A nonrebreathing mask is a device fitting over a patient's face to administer oxygen. It utilizes one-way valves to prevent the patient from rebreathing previously exhaled gases.
• Non-Ventilatory Medicinal Nebulizer/Atomizer (FDA Code: CCQ / 868.5640)
A medicinal nonventilatory nebulizer (atomizer) is a device that is intended to spray liquid medication in aerosol form into the air that a patient will breathe.
• Oxygen Cannulas
• Oxygen Connecting Tubing
• Oxygen Conserver (FDA Code: NFB / 868.5905)
A noncontinuous ventilator (intermittent positive pressure breathing-IPPB) is a device intended to deliver intermittently an aerosol to a patient's lungs or to assist a patient's breathing.
• Oxygen Masks (FDA Code: BYG / 868.5580)
An oxygen mask is a device placed over a patient's nose, mouth, or tracheostomy to administer oxygen or aerosols.
• Oxygen Nasal Cannula (FDA Code: CAT / 868.5340)
A nasal oxygen cannula is a two-pronged device used to administer oxygen to a patient through both nostrils.
• Peak Flow Meter For Asthma And Allergy Patients' PEF rate
• Peak Flow Meters & MDI Spacers, Universal-Range 50-720 LPM
• Pediatric Nasal Cannula
• Portable Treatment Compressor
• Pressure Tubing and Accessories (FDA Code: BYX / 868.5860)
Pressure tubing and accessories are flexible or rigid devices intended to deliver pressurized medical gases.
• QRS Spirometer
• Sleep Diagnostic Transducers
• Small Volume Nebulizer
• Tee Drain/Water Trap (FDA Code: BYH / 868.5995)
A tee drain (water trap) is a device intended to trap and drain water that collects in ventilator tubing during respiratory therapy, thereby preventing an increase in breathing resistance.
• Tracheal Tube Fixation Device (FDA Code: CBH / 868.5770)
A tracheal tube fixation device is a device used to hold a tracheal tube in place, usually by means of straps or pinch rings.
• Ventilatory Effort Recorder (FDA Code: MNR / 868.2375)
• Venturi Low Concentration Oxygen Mask (FDA Code: BYF / 868.5600)
A venturi mask is a device containing an air-oxygen mixing mechanism that dilutes 100 percent oxygen to a predetermined concentration and delivers the mixed gases to a patient.
• Wet Spirometer

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