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Oxygen Concentrators & Supplies

Home oxygen concentrators are used to replenish the body with oxygen at a save level. The oxygen concentrator itself pulls in the surrounding air and filters everything else out but the oxygen to deliver up to 98% pure oxygen through a nasal cannula or approved oxygen mask. Oxygen concentrators are also used sometimes in conjunction with CPAP, Bi-Level or ASV machines to help maintain the right level of oxygen.


You can find Portable Oxygen concentrators here. They are used for people on the go more. They are not meant for 24 hour continuous use. We at 1800CPAP.COM always try to offer the lowest price available anywhere. It you see somewhere an oxygen concentrator priced better than ours please give us the opportunity to beat that price.


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EasyPulse POC Back Pack Carry Bag
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EasyPulse POC Back Pack Carry Bag
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Easy Pulse POC Back Pack Carry Bag is one of a kind! The Back Pack allows you the full capability of movement while still receiving your needed additional oxygen.
Airlife Bubble Humidifier Bottle For Various Oxygen Concentrators
Airlife Bubble Humidifier Bottle For Various Oxygen Concentrators
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Airlife Bubble Humidifier Bottle For Various Oxygen Concentrators
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Airlife Bubble Humidifier Bottle For Various Oxygen Concentrators Latex-free and transparent,so you can see the level of water. The Bubble humidifier helps prevent drying out of mucous membranes in your nose and mouth.
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What is an oxygen concentrator? An oxygen concentrator is kind of like a fancy air purifier. Air is made up of approximately 22% oxygen. An oxygen concentrator extracts that oxygen from the rest of the air particles and delivers medical grade oxygen directly to the end user.


The room air is drawn into the oxygen concentrator machine through an inlet filter. The air is then compressed and goes into sieve beds, which extracts the nitrogen from the oxygen. The oxygen then flows through a flow meter, a final bacteria filter, and out to the end user through a supply hose. Oxygen concentrators make up to 97% pure oxygen. 

LPM or liters per minute will affect what percentage of oxygen your conentrator is delivering.  Another factor to consider is your filter within your concentrator.  It is very important that you make sure that filter is replaced when it is supposed to be and kept free from debri that would cause obstruction and dimenish the oxygen percentage your machine puts out.


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