Concentrators & Accessories
An oxygen concentrator is a medical device that filters the surrounding air, compresses it, and delivers purified oxygen to individuals with low levels of it in their blood due to respiratory diseases and disorders like asthma, COPD, and cystic fibrosis. Oxygen concentrators are either portable to be used on the go, or stationary for use at home. They delivery oxygen using a continuous flow or a pulse dose, depending on the type of concentrator. At Cascade Healthcare Solutions, we carry a large selection of portable and home oxygen concentrators at our everyday low prices. For help selecting the oxygen concentrator that best meets your needs, give us a call at (877) 480-3028 and one of our knowledgeable product experts would be happy to help.
Oxygen concentrators are an exceptional alternative to compressed oxygen tanks and provide a reliable source of home oxygen for individuals who require increased or regulated levels of pure oxygen for therapy and convalescent comfort.
Quick Explination About Concentrators
Oxygen concentration is performed by compressing the ambient air, purifying it by removing nitrogen and other elements that mix naturally with ambient air, and then delivering it to the patient in amounts that can be easily regulated. The process eliminates the need for oxygen tanks, which can be useful for individuals who find them inconvenient to refill or move.
Oxygen Will Help
An oxygen machine is a device often instrumental in home healthcare. A rich supply of oxygen can help ease difficulty in breathing caused by weakened muscles or problems with the lungs and other organs that result from prolonged hospital stays and certain afflictions. Pure oxygen helps those who canÕt breathe deeply and regularly to get the oxygen they need feel comfortable and healthy.
Portable Oxygen Concentrators for Travel
Portable oxygen concentrators allow people to take their oxygen with them wherever they go. These concentrators weigh an average of only six pounds and many are now approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for airplane travel. Portable concentrators typically come with AC and DC power adapters and a battery for when an electrical source is unavailable. Battery life varies by size and model, but even lightweight concentrator batteries last as much as two to three hours.
The Two Most Important Features
Reliable performance and safety features are two of the most important characteristics of any oxygen machine, and potential buyers should consider these features when shopping for an oxygen concentrator. Many include safety alarms that will notify users in the event of power or process failures, pressure changes, current overloads and low battery.
Our line of new and refurbished oxygen concentrators are priced with you in mind, because we understand the utmost need for quality in home healthcare products that are offered at a reasonable price.