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Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Oxygen concentrators are used along with CPAP therapy to help elevate blood-oxygen concentration.  Their use allows more oxygen to enter the lungs and helps you feel more rested upon waking.  They work by concentrating atmospheric oxygen and delivering it to your mask via an oxygen supply tube which attaches to your concentrator and mask.  No additional oxygen canister is needed, making this therapy perfectly safe for at home use.  Be sure to talk to your doctor about the use of an oxygen concentrator and keep him or her informed during therapy.


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The IGO Portable Oxygen Concentrator is FAA approved and able to run from three different power sources.  It is able to concentrate atm... (read more)

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The SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator is one of the lightest concentrators on the market, weighing only 10 pounds, and is perfect for at... (read more)


Oxygen contentrators are sometimes used for treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea depending on the severity of the condition.  Typically, when supplemental oxygen is needed it is because another condition such as COPD exists, but it can still be prescribed if you are otherwise considered healthy.  Oxygen concentrators help to elevate your blood-oxygen levels if your doctor thinks they are lower than normal.  Their use helps deliver more oxygen to the body, allowing you to feel more well rested.  They work by concentrating atmospheric oxygen and don't require anything besides a wall outlet or power source.  These portable concentrators are perfect for home use as they have virtually no risk associated with them.  Traditional oxygen canisters or tanks have the chance of leaking or becoming damaged, causing a higher risk of misuse or fire.  Thanks to the newer concentrators, patient use is safe and effective.  You can incorporate supplemental oxygen into your CPAP therapy quite easily.  All you need to do is attach one end of the oxygen supply tubing to your oxygen concentrator, and the other end to the oxygen port of your mask, which is a standard feature.  Oxygen will be delivered to your mask, allowing it to be breathed in along with your pressurized therapy air.  Be sure to talk to your doctor about the use of an oxygen concentrator and keep him or her informed during therapy.