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As more and more people are bringing medical oxygen into the home, they need to understand the new fire risks they also bring into the home. Physicians and other caregivers play a key role in educating patients about the safe use of oxygen.
Until you can quit smoking, if you must smoke:
This is not a safe way to smoke, but it allows time for oxygen to come off your hair and clothes, and lowers the danger of fire.
Many tools are available to help smokers quit. Ask your doctor. For free help, visit the Massachusetts Department of Public Health or call the Smoker's Helpline at (800) 879-8678; Spanish (800) 833-5256; TDD (800) 833-1477.
The Breathe Easy: Home Oxygen Fire Safety Campaign has materials for patients, physicians, families, and other caregivers on using home oxygen safely.