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We offer the lowest guaranteed prices available -- sometimes so low the manufacturer will not allow us to display the prices on our website. Please call us at 1.877.774.9271 to receive pricing information on the product you would like to know more about. Our fully trained Respiratory Staff is available from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. MST Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. MST on Saturday and Sunday. Oxygen Concentrator Store is also an Authorized Dealer for the following manufacturers: SeQual, Inogen, Respironics, Invacare, ResMed, AirSep, DeVilbiss, Oxus, Inova Labs and more.
We are accredited by the ACHC and have been a member of the Better Business Bureau since 2010. We currently hold an A+ rating with the BBB so you will have absolute trust with your purchase, our company, our pricing and our customer service team. Click the following link to to view our current rating from the BBB.
We also carry the highest quality CPAP and BiPAP machines that are used for sleep therapy. Our CPAP products provide excellence in user comfort, reliability and affordability for users who require assistance during sleep. We have the top CPAP sleep products from ResMed, DeVilbiss, and Respironics.
View our extensive inventory of FAA Approved Concentrators, Continuous Flow Concentrators, Pulse Dose Concentrators and we always have a wide selection of Certified-Preowned Used Oxygen Concentrators.
Our ACHC AccreditationThe ACHC is a national organization that was developed to ensure smart, quality-focused patient care with clearly defined standards for in-home medical services. The ACHC dictates that to receive its accreditation a company must be represented as credible and reputable while being continuously dedicated to maintaining the highest level of quality and service.
Testing to acquire this accreditation is very rigorous and requires companies to be very transparent. As such, many companies choose not to pursue it or are unable to abide by its high standards due to their own business practices. American Medical has been proudly accredited since 2012 and will continue to provide excellent patient care demonstrated by our patient-focused care and commitment to excellence.
When people think of portable oxygen, a traditional large oxygen tank often comes to mind. These are generally made of steel or aluminum. The oxygen inside comes in the form of pressurized compressed gas, which needs to be handled with care and kept upright. The size of the tank gets larger as the flow rate that a patient requires increases. These tanks are usually quite heavy. They have to be changed frequently, and are available in a smaller size for portability. The pressure valves attached to the tanks must be checked consistently. Gas oxygen is delivered at 100% concentration.
Sleep apnea is a disorder in which you stop and restart breathing repeatedly while sleeping. It can be dangerous if not treated. Symptoms include snoring and feeling sleepy while awake. You may also suffer from headaches, sore throat, and dryness of the mouth. Sleep apnea occurs when muscles located in the back of your throat relax causing a narrowing of the airway, which in turn results in breathing cessation. Although you often don’t remember it, this causes awakening so that breathing will return. Sleep apnea can be caused by being overweight, having a thick neck or narrowed airway, smoking, and alcohol and drug use. Sleep apnea is most common in older men, although it can affect women and people of any age.
As a patient who requires oxygen, it may seem that your travel options are limited, but this couldn’t be further from reality. Cruising with a portable oxygen concentrator can be an easy endeavor; with the correct preparation, you’ll find using oxygen on a cruise ship doesn’t differ much from how you deal with it at home. Let’s take a look at some of the ways to properly prepare to use a portable oxygen concentrator to enjoy a fantastic cruise.