Ableware Mini Oxygen Tank Holder for Wheelchairs

Ableware Mini Oxygen Tank Holder for Wheelchairs
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Ableware Mini Oxygen Tank Holder for Wheelchairs

  • Holds M6 sized Oxygen cylinders
  • Lightweight nylon fabric
  • Easy to attach to back of wheelchair
  • Carries one or two cylinders

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Ableware Mini Oxygen Tank Holder for Wheelchairs

Ableware Mini Oxygen Tank Holder for Wheelchairs
Lightweight Fabric - Fits "M6" sized Oxygen cylinders


The Ableware Mini Oxygen Tank Holder for Wheelchairs provides a safe, convenient and economical way to carry M6 oxygen cylinders. Made of heavy duty, waterproof nylon fabric, the holder is designed to fit "M6" (11.8" long) oxygen tanks. It features 2 pockets that can be used to hold either 2 cylinders or 1 cylinder and miscellaneous supplies, like tubing.

Holder attaches to the handles and frame of the wheelchair and positions the tank so as to not interfere with the user's head or back.



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Ableware Mini Oxygen Tank Holder for Wheelchairs

706201001 - Ableware Mini Oxygen Tank Holder for Wheelchairs - $29.25




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i had asthma attacks until age 20. i am now 71 y.o. and experience shortness of breath, interrupted sleep ,(apnea?),dry mouth and snorring. would oxygen therapy be helpful at bedtime?
Asked on Dec 18, 2012 7:40:52 PM by roberta from nyc
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You need to have a sleep study done. The problems you describe could be sleep apnea, but only a doctor can tell you.
Answered on Apr 26, 2015 12:19:37 AM by SuzyQ from Florida
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Part Number(s): 779 0370

Mfg Part Number(s): 706201001

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