Philips Respironics SimplyGo Humidifier Kit
- Humidity for continuous mode
- Includes bottle pouch and tubing
- Humidifier bottle not included
The SimplyGo humidifier pouch connects to your SimplyGo to offer humidity while in continuous mode. Includes bottle pouch and humidifier tubing. Humidifier bottle NOT included. *Should be used on Continuous Mode Only*
>Note: Only connect the humidifier if prescribed. Only use the humidifier if the device is in Continuous Flow mode.
Philips Respironics SimplyGo Humidifier Kit Parts
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Philips Respironics SimplyGo Humidifier Kit - Customer Questions
How To Connect The Humidifier?
Attach the humidifier accessory pouch to the mobile cart (see the instructions included with the pouch). Remove the cap from the humidifier bottle. Fill the humidifier with distilled water to the level indicated by the manufacturer. Replace the cap and make sure it is tightened securely. Attach the humidifier bottle adapter tube to the humidifier bottle by turning the wing nut on the bottle ...
What Are The Warnings While You Establish Connection?
Do not overfill the humidifier. Do not reverse the oxygen input and output connections. Water from the humidifier bottle will travel through the cannula back to the patient. Do not use the humidifier while the device is in Pulse mode.
There is water in my oxygen tubing and cannula. What should I do?
Condensation along the oxygen tubing is due to moisture from the humidifier bottle and temperature difference along your oxygen tubing. It is typically caused when the tube temperature changes between the oxygen concentrator and the nasal cannula. As the tubing goes from one room to the next, touching different floor surfaces or going closer to heating vents, this causes temperature changes that may...
Can I use tap water in an oxygen concentrator?
Only distilled water should be used in humidifier bottle for oxygen concentrators. Tap water has minerals that can clog the stem inside the humidifier bottle. this will cause back pressure and a reduction in oxygen flow. Back pressure can also occur which will cause the oxygen concentrator to alarm. Note: use distilled water only. Do not use tap water, bottled drinking water, or home filtered water...