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Portables You Can Carry Anywhere – 2 to 7 Pounds – Pulse Flow Up to 6 Settings

Inogen G2/G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrators
AirSep Focus Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Portables You Cart – 10 to 20 Pounds – 1 to 3 liters with Pulse Flow Up to 9 Settings

SeQual Eclipse 5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator
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Home Oxygen Concentrators

Respironics EverFlo Q
Respironics EverFlo Q
Invacare Perfecto2
AirSep Visionaire
DeVilbiss 5

OxiMedical Respiratory provides Portable Oxygen Concentrators, Wholesale to the Public. With 5 star service on all Inogen, Airsep, Respironics, LifeChoice, SeQual, Invacare, OxLife, DeVilbiss Portable Concentrators.

What to Know Before You Buy a Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Portable Oxygen Concentrators manufacture oxygen, they do not store oxygen.

Portable concentrators produce enough oxygen per minute, which allows for an acceptable dose of oxygen every breath you take.

Portable concentrators that weigh 2 to 8 pounds only deliver oxygen on demand pulse flow.

Manufacturers of these devices place arbitrary numbers such as 1-3 or 1-6 to refer to the size of the pulse flow of oxygen and are not the same as liter flow. These settings are considered liter flow equivalents.

Also, these devices do not all produce the same amount of oxygen at a given setting.

Understanding Your Oxygen Order Before You Buy a POC

Oxygen is prescribed by a control of the flow rate, i.e., liter flow. The common 1-3 liters per minute continuous flow is not appropriate in all situations. This could be too much or not enough.

Precision in the use of the proper flow, or amount of oxygen, is necessary. The flow of oxygen should achieve the normal amount of oxygen in your blood, expressed as a saturation above 90%.*

Why Self-Monitor Before You Buy a POC

Many people commonly check their blood pressure, blood sugar or air flow rate (peak flow) at home.

We can measure temperature and weight whenever we have the need.

We can now measure our blood oxygen and pulse rate at home as well, using a simple pulse oximeter.

A common word used when measuring oxygen is titration.

Titrating is the measurement of what your oxygen equipment and setting is achieving in the arterial blood. It’s the blood that energizes the tissue.

By taking your own measurements, you can adjust your oxygen setting for any situation and with any portable oxygen concentrator.

* This is a general statement. Your physician must prescribe your specific target saturation level.

Who to Ask Before You Buy a POC

Our respiratory team of licensed nurses and respiratory therapists will take the time necessary to choose the right portable for your respiratory needs.

Our No Risk 10-Day Trial + 100% Money Back Guarantee on all portable oxygen concentrators assures your oxygen needs are met.

We understand that finding a portable oxygen concentrator that accommodates both lifestyle and oxygen needs can be a difficult process for both you and your loved one.