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Portable Oxygen Concentrator Resource Center

The Inogen One G4- It's A Small Wonder!

Posted by Lisa Burkhart on Aug 3, 2021 10:07:08 AM


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Topics: COPD, traveling with oxygen, portable oxygen concentrators, oxygen concentrators, Inogen One G4

Inogen One G5 Unboxing & Review

Posted by Lisa Burkhart on Jul 21, 2021 8:40:17 AM


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Topics: traveling with oxygen, oxygen concentrators, Inogen, inogen one G5, unboxing portable oxygen concentrator

Oxygen Therapy and Electrical Costs

Posted by Caleb Umstead on Jun 17, 2014 6:00:00 AM

Oxygen therapy has countless beneficial factors, but one of the only and biggest downfalls for patients when contemplating purchasing a portable oxygen concentrator, is the simple fact of worrying their electricity bill will increase drastically. So today we will be discussing a few ways of combating the increase in cost, as well as a formula that you can use to determine the exact increase the use of oxygen therapy will add to your energy bill each month.

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Topics: oxygen therapy, oxygen concentrators

5 Common Misconceptions About Oxygen Therapy

Posted by Duke on May 29, 2014 3:48:00 PM

Oxygen therapy is a vital treatment for patients with respiratory ailments and lung diseases. However, there are several misconceptions regarding oxygen therapy of which all patients and caregivers should be aware of.

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Topics: oxygen therapy, portable oxygen concentrators, home oxygen concentrators, oxygen concentrators, oxygen safety

Sleep Apnea Overview

Posted by Duke on May 29, 2014 3:43:00 PM

Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that can have major consequences if it goes untreated. For starters, there are 3 types of sleep apnea; obstructive sleep apnea, central sleep apnea, and mixed sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common type of sleep apnea. If your sleep apnea goes untreated the consequences include high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, depression, diabetes, and you could possibly fall asleep behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. Sleep apnea is more common among men more so than women. Specifically African-American and Hispanic men. Other risk factors for sleep apnea include:

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Topics: oxygen therapy, Sleep Apnea, oxygen concentrators, Disease Management

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