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How to choose a Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC)

Posted by Shannon Falkson on

How to choose a Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC)

There are several factors to take into account when considering purchasing a POC that usually come down to a series of trade-offs between size (weight), battery duration, and clinical oxygen needs and price.  Size: The best Portable Oxygen Concentrators range in size from the Inogen One G4 weighing 2.8 pounds to the SeQual Eclipse 5 weighing 22 pounds. Considerations on size include whether you want to carry or wear your concentrator (over your shoulder, around your waist, or in a backpack) or roll your concentrator in a cart or attach it to a wheelchair or walker.  Battery Duration: All POCs...

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New Advances in Oxygen Therapy Provide Significant Benefits for Users

Posted by Shannon Falkson on

New Advances in Oxygen Therapy Provide Significant Benefits for Users

Today’s portable oxygen concentrators (POC’s) offer a whole new level of flexibility and freedom that have never before been available to oxygen users before. Instead of waiting for tank deliveries and having to lug around heavy tanks in carts, POC users can charge up their batteries to get up to ten hours of oxygen therapy with a concentrator weighing as little as 3.3 pounds*. When the batteries are depleted, users can plug their concentrators into an AC (wall outlet) or DC (car) power source to use their concentrators while charging their batteries. Today’s POC’s are allowed on airplanes, trains and...

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