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What should not be the instruction when teaching about oxygen usage and prevention of fires?



A. Keep the oxygen system upright.
B. Don't smoke or allow others to smoke near the oxygen system.
C. Keep the oxygen tubing out of the way under furniture or throw rugs.
D. Keep a fire extinguisher on hand is a good safety practice in case of fire.

This question is part of Home Health Pre-Test Module 3
Asked by Centralahec, Last updated: Feb 15, 2020

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C.Mila

C.Mila

Answered May 01, 2018

Keep the oxygen tubing out of the way under furniture.

Oxygen is safe when utilized legitimately. If not, it can be hazardous. It will fuel a fire, making it begin effectively and to consume quicker and more sizzling. Sparkles and materials that ordinarily would not consume can begin a fire in light of the oxygen you utilize. It is critical to secure yourself, people around you and your home when utilizing oxygen.

Oxygen isn't combustible, however it can cause different materials that consume to light more effortlessly and to consume significantly more quickly. The outcome is that a fire including oxygen can seem hazardous like. Oxygen is of awesome advantage to those needing respiratory treatment however it ought to always be taken care of with alert and familiarity with the potential dangers.

Oxygen is put away under weight in a cylinder furnished with a controller that controls the stream rate. Since the stream of oxygen out of the cylinder is steady, an oxygen rationing gadget might be connected to the framework to keep away from waste. This gadget discharges the gas just when you breathe in and cuts it off when you breathe out. Oxygen can be given in a little cylinder that can be conveyed with you, however the substantial tanks are overwhelming and are reasonable for stationary use

 

John Adney

John Adney

Answered Jul 02, 2017

Keep the oxgen tubing out of the way under furniture

 

dawnhamilton

Dawnhamilton

Answered Jul 02, 2017

Keep the oxgen tubing out of the way under furniture.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 26, 2016

Keep the oxygen tubing out of the way under furniture or throw rugs.
 

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