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An establishment or part of one—e.g., a night club, spa, health club, tanning salon, bar, airport restaurant, ski chalet, yoga studio, chiropractor, etc.—that sells ‘recreational oxygen’ at levels above the normal atmospheric 21%, usually in the 30% to 40% range—which is regarded as too low a concentration to cause oxygen toxicity—delivered via a nasal cannula
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