An oxygen concentrator works by concentrating oxygen from the surrounding ambient air, therefore creating a supply of oxygen enriched gas for inhalation. Invacare offers respiratory patients a great option in the Perfecto2 Oxygen Concentrator. Understanding the unit and its proper use can easily make your oxygen therapy more efficient.
Many people require supplemental oxygen due to a variety of ailments – ranging from COPD to emphysema. Supplemental oxygen therapy usually is dependent upon large, heavy oxygen tanks that can leave those dependent upon this life-saving oxygen homebound. How do we allow these folks to regain their independence and quality of life? A portable oxygen concentrator (POC) can be a life-changing option.
Breathing is perhaps the most essential physiological process. Any issue with your lungs affects the quality of your life and impacts your overall well-being. One such grave issue that can trouble your lungs is pneumonia.
Supplementary oxygen is provided to over hundreds of people around the world suffering from a number of breathing disorders. In developing nations it is commonly done at medical centres but in the nations like the USA, it can be easily provided at home. This is where oxygen cannulas come in. They are the go to tool to deliver supplementary oxygen at home. They are hollow tubes that directly connect to the oxygen supplying machine, and the prongs on the cannula are inserted in the nostrils for delivery of the oxygen.
SimplyGo is the only POC to offer both continuous flow and pulse-dose delivery in a single device weighing only 10 pounds.
Homefill oxygen devices or oxygen transfill systems are popularly known as Oxygen Refill Systems. They are portable oxygen refill devices to be used at home for filling up empty oxygen tanks. By using oxygen concentrator technology, the concentrated oxygen is extracted from room air to refill machines. This gives the unlimited refill of oxygen.
Oxygen concentrators are generally used for oxygen supply in healthcare services, especially in areas where liquid or pressurized oxygen is either too dangerous or not feasible, such as at your home or in portable clinics.
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