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Disposable Exhalation Port for Oxygen Users by Philips

Disposable Exhalation Port for Oxygen Users by Philips

1132982, 312149

In Stock
No Prescription Required

The Disposable Exhalation Port by Philips Respironics is intuitive, easy to install and will channel air away from patients as well as promote quiet therapy.

Disposable Air Exhalation Port For Oxygen Users

Top Notch Disposable Air Vent

The Disposable Exhalation Port by Philips Respironics is a straightforward, intuitive piece of equipment which is easy to install and helpful in promoting quiet therapy. Once installed, this CPAP exhalation port will channel air away from patients and their bed partner so patients will not have their slumber disturbed by outgoing airflow. This item is composed of durable material and is available individually and in packages of 10.

Compatibility Information

This disposable air vent part is compatible with tubing by ResMed, AG Industries and Philips Respironics. More specifically, this exhalation vent works with ClimateLine tubing by ResMed, the 6 foot performance tubing by Respironics and the universal cuffed tubing by AG Industries.


  • Compatible with any CPAP tubing
  • Available individually and in packages of 10
  • Composed of high quality durable material
  • Channels air away from patients
  • Promotes quiet therapy
  • Easy to install/remove


SKU: 1367
  Model1132982, 312149
  HCPCS CodeB40519
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Q: My granddaughter has a trach and is on a vent. Our supply has given us purple heater hoses and this vent 312149 (1132982). My question is what is the purpose of the two holes one canned be capped the other is open and it seems that a lot of air escapes thru the hole. Is this normal and how dies this effect the amount of air she is getting from the vent. Hope this a clear discription for an answer. Thanks. (Asked on 09/20/2021)
I am sorry we do not carry ventilators so I would suggest that you contact your company for direction with that port. Thank you
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