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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 Oxygen Supplier 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.
Our ACHC Accreditation
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 Sales and Rentals has been proudly ACHC accredited since 2012 and will continue to provide excellent patient care demonstrated by our patient-focused care and commitment to excellence.
Sometimes an oxygen concentrator with a high flow is necessary to meet a patient's oxygen requirements. A higher setting is often needed for more severe cases of low oxygen in the bloodstream. When someone with healthy lungs takes a breath, they are really only breathing in 21% oxygen in the air. For someone with moderate to severe COPD, that percent will be much lower.
Oxygen concentrators are necessary for many patients. For this reason, it is crucial that your system is in 100-percent working order at all times. Whether you purchase a new or used concentrator, the unit should be cleaned and maintained to prevent costly repairs. However, over time, your concentrator will likely require a professional evaluation and repair work. It is essential to know how to manage your system correctly so that you can keep using it for years to come.
Naturally, the bigger the oxygen concentrator and the higher the dosage setting, the more electricity it will use. If you're worried about how much your stationary oxygen concentrator will make your electric bill go up, we’ll help you figure it out. It actually might not be as bad as you think!