Oxygen Concentrator Store Blog

  • Useful Accessories for the Inogen One G3

    When searching for an oxygen concentrator, it’s important to consider whether or not you’ll need a portable machine. If you’re planning on traveling or carrying your oxygen with you, a portable oxygen concentrator is lighter than other models, plus you don’t have to carry extra tanks of oxygen. Something else to research is what types of accessories you can buy to accompany the oxygen machine.

    At Oxygen Concentrator Store, the Inogen One G3 is a top-selling portable oxygen concentrator. It’s a pulse dose model and is one of the lightest models out there. With the 8-cell (small) battery, this oxygen machine is less than five pounds in weight, and it can last an average of four hours on setting two. It’s a very quiet machine, with a noise level of fewer than 40 decibels. Besides the convenience of this oxygen concentrator, it also comes with many accessories to make carrying it a little easier.

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  • Inogen One G3 vs. Inogen One G4 Concentrator Comparison

    Choosing the right oxygen concentrator for you can be stressful, especially if you aren’t sure where to start. There are many oxygen machines out there today, so it can be exhausting researching each machine.

    Oxygen Concentrator Store has a variety of oxygen concentrators and portable oxygen machines. One brand that we offer a few different models from is Inogen. This oxygen company was launched in 2001, and it offers three main oxygen concentrators: Inogen One G3, Inogen One G4, and the Inogen at Home. All three products have benefits, although they are specific — depending on your oxygen needs.

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  • Respironics Simply Go Mini Maintenance

    Portable oxygen concentrators require maintenance and service to ensure they operate correctly. Regular maintenance of your Respironics SimplyGo Mini will keep the unit performing at the highest level and will extend the life of the unit.

    By following these basic maintenance tips, you can rest assured that your Respironics SimplyGo Mini will last for years to come.

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  • An In-Depth Review on the Inogen One G3 Portable Concentrator

    The Inogen One G3 portable oxygen concentrator is state of the art in oxygen therapy that combines lightweight portability and long battery life with superior pulse dose oxygen therapy. It is a pulse dose unit that has 1-5 oxygen delivery settings and includes a standard 3-year warranty on the unit. This portable concentrator is meant to increase convenience and independence dramatically and can be charged at home or on the go.

    The Inogen One G3 is designed to give you the freedom to travel that home oxygen concentrators and oxygen tanks limit. The Inogen One G3 system can be operated in home, vehicles, airplanes, trains, boats and countless other outdoor environments.

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  • An Overview of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Obstructive sleep apnea is a serious health condition that often leads to a host of other health issues. However, while a significant part of the population is suffering from obstructive sleep apnea, only a small part of that group have been diagnosed.

    There are reports from the University of Utah Health division that upwards of 80% of sleep apnea cases are undiagnosed at any given time. The vast majority of people who suffer from sleep apnea are unaware their symptoms add up to a real condition. Before we provide a general overview of obstructive sleep apnea, let us get into definitions.

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  • Inogen One G3 vs. SeQual Eclipse 5 Concentrator Comparison

    There are many benefits of receiving oxygen therapy in the form of a portable oxygen concentrator. If you’re having shortness of breath, feel some strain on your heart, or have a lack of energy doing the things you love, oxygen therapy can help.

    But when it comes to choosing an oxygen concentrator, it can seem overwhelming to discover which product is best for you. Today we’re providing an overview of two of the many oxygen concentrator products we offer: Inogen One G3 and SeQual Eclipse 5. Although both are quality choices in oxygen concentrators, they have a few key differences. Learn about similarities and differences between the Inogen One G3 and SeQual Eclipse 5.

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  • Philips Respironics SimplyGo vs. SimplyGo Mini Concentrator Comparison

    Today’s portable oxygen concentrators (POC) are compact and lightweight, and they make it easier to cope with respiratory issues without giving up much of your independence so you can pursue an active lifestyle, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With the help of a POC, not only do you increase your survival rate, but supplemental oxygen has shown to improve your ability to exercise, increase your mental acuity, give you a better night’s sleep, heighten your mood, and ease your ability to perform everyday functions such as getting dressed, cleaning, cooking and taking the dog for a walk.

    Two of our most popular POCs, the SimplyGo and the SimplyGo Mini, designed by Philips Respironics, a leader in sleep and oxygen innovations, are both user-friendly, highly mobile, very compact and weigh less than 10 pounds. Let’s compare the two devices to help you figure out which is best for your health needs and lifestyle.

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  • January 2019 Oxygen Concentrator Store Reviews

    We know that our success depends on the satisfaction of our oxygen customers and that is why we strive to give every customer the highest shopping experience! We pride ourselves on educating new customers on oxygen solutions and providing post-shopping customer support.

    View a small selection of January 2019 Trustpilot Reviews that we have received from actual customers.

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  • Respironics Simply Go Maintenance

    Portable oxygen concentrators require maintenance and service to ensure they operate correctly. Regular maintenance of your Respironics SimplyGo will keep the unit performing at the highest level and will extend the life of the unit.

    By following these basic maintenance tips, you can rest assured that your Respironics SimplyGo will last for years to come.

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  • What is the Normal Oxygen Level? How to Check Your Own Oxygen Level

    If you have COPD any other chronic lung condition, you probably know what it means to have a lower than normal blood oxygen saturation level. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is just one example, but it means that your lungs' ability to bring in enough oxygen is compromised. The tiny air sacks in your lungs have been damaged, so you can't absorb enough oxygen through these sacks into your bloodstream.

    It's important to have a certain level of oxygen, versus a certain level of carbon dioxide in your blood at one time. The carbon dioxide is carried back to your lungs, where it is breathed out when you exhale. The oxygen you breathed in gets delivered to every part of your body, as part of the fuel you need to keep your body working properly.

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