Portable O2 Concentrators
Portable Oxygen Concentrators become affordable.
It's just a matter of time before these Portable Oxygen Concentrators replace oxygen cylinders, regulators and conserving devices.
- No more oxygen cylinders to refill
- No more home deliveries
- No more restrictions with travel
PHC is proud to carry portable O2 concentrators from trusted brands like Invacare, Respironics and Drive-Devilbiss. With these portables, patients can experience a more convenient and worry-free trip, no matter if itís across the globe or simply to the grocery store.
Prescription Requirements for Purchase of Oxygen Concentrator.
Oxygen Concentrators are on backorder due to COVID-19 virus. Portable Concntrators are on 4-6 week lead time.
Living with a condition that requires an oxygen tank can be very
restrictive for patients, especially when it comes to travel and upkeep.
Tanks can be a hassle to refill, and cylinders are large and unsightly.
Fortunately, PHC carries several different portable oxygen machines
that ultimately replace bulky oxygen cylinders and regulators, allowing
patients to travel more freely and comfortably.
everyday and even long plane rides, our selection of portable oxygen
equipment is designed to be smaller, lightweight and more aesthetically
pleasing so users can feel more confident traveling with it. The
compressor motors are also very quiet, so it is likely that bystanders
wonít even know that thereís a travel oxygen concentrator running in
their midst. These portable oxygen generators are battery powered,
lasting between 3 to 8 hours depending on the model specifications and
battery life, and can also be plugged into any 110v AC outlet to stay
powered. In the case that batteries run out, itís easy to just carry an
Portable Oxygen Concentrators
POCs offer active patients several advantages. When attached to a cart, the system resembles a small piece of roll-on luggage, when carried by it's tote strap the units resemble a camcorder case, and batteries give patients between 3 and 8 hours of use. The units have been approved for use on airplanes, and patients can even plug them into a car's accessory plug when driving. For many oxygen patients, the appeal of the portable concentrator is not having to worry about running out of oxygen while they are away from home.
How Pulsedose works
PulseDose dramatically extends the use time from a supply of oxygen, offering increased mobility with improved comfort and increased efficiency. The reliability and safety of PulseDose oxygen delivery has been proven effective in clinical testing.
Because oxygen is released only during inhalation, the constant flow of oxygen into the nostrils is eliminated. Many users find PulseDose oxygen delivery more comfortable than continuous flow delivery systems. The short pulse of oxygen delivered during inhalation is almost undetectable, and the humidity in the room air helps maintain a normal level of moisture in the nasal cavity. This greatly reduces the discomfort of dehydration associated with a continuous flow oxygen system.
For an explanation of what Pulsedose is and how it works see Pulsedose Oxygen Delivery Systems.