Medical Equipment Bag / Luggage Tags
Medical Equipment Luggage & Bag Tags
Traveling With Medical Device Made Easier
Help the TSA and Flight Crew and make your life easier too. A little help goes a long way. Help security & yourself get through TSA and the boarding process on the plane as fast and as expedient as possible. BY helping to ID your medical advice and explain why you have an extra bag.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO LET OTHERS KNOW ABOUT
CPAP / BIPAP / VPAP / AUTOPAP/OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS
This respiratory therapy device is a medical necessity and should be kept with the patient at all times. It should not be stored away from the passenger and does not count as carry-on luggage. This device provides life support for people with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
DOT (Department of Transportation)
RESPIRATORY THERAPY DEVICE RULES
Respiratory therapy devices (i.e. CPAP) brought into the cabin by an individual with a disability shall not count towards the limit on carry-on items. TSA (Transportation Security Administration) Rules State Respiratory therapy devices may be inspected at any and all check-in points but should not be separated from the prescribed owner.