News from Oxygen Concentrator Store

Get all the latest news that has to do with oxygen therapy and lung diseases, as soon as it hits the presses. We help you stay informed on all the important issues that affect you, whether you have COPD, use oxygen therapy, or any other lung disease. Find all the most recent news about American Medical as well, here on our blog.
  • Earthquakes, Hurricanes and Tornados: How Prepared Are You?

    In light of recent weather-related events, the COPD Foundation published an e-Newsletter article about emergency preparedness for oxygen users. This is something that we do not normally think about, but what if the worst really does happen and bad weather strikes?

    The COPD Foundation suggests contacting your local power company to register with them as oxygen dependent. Questions to ask them should include:

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  • My Journey with COPD: Advocacy and Empowerment

    My Journey with COPD: Advocacy and Empowerment
    by Edna Fiore

    Dr. Thomas L. Petty began a concerted effort to promote COPD awareness and advocacy in the mid 1990s. His initial emphasis was on the education of the professional community about the importance of spirometry testing as a routine part of medical examinations and the education of both the general public and professional community about chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. His initial efforts culminated in the first U.S. COPD Coalition National Conference in 2003. I had the privilege of working closely with Dr. Tom beginning in 2004. My journey in the cause for COPD awareness has been exciting and rewarding in innumerable ways.

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  • Leavin’ on a Jet Plane

    Last month, we discussed the “ins” and “outs” of traveling with oxygen by automobile. What about air travel? Is it possible to travel by air these days when requiring oxygen? You bet!

    There are several steps involved when bringing oxygen on board an airline. First and foremost, always contact your physician to make sure that he or she feels that you should be taking a trip.

    Once you get your doctor’s verbal OK, there are two important written things that you will need from your doctor in order to travel by air: an oxygen prescription and an airline approved “Physician Statement. “ The prescription is for a company, such as American Medical Sales & Repair, that will be providing a Portable Oxygen Concentrator rental; the Physician Statement is for the airline and must be either an actual airline form or on physician’s letterhead. The airlines have different polices regarding this form, so you must check with each carrier on your itinerary!

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  • COPD Experts and Patient Empowerment Sessions

    Who May attend: Any COPD Patient, Caregiver, Lung Health Professional including respiratory therapists, nurses, or anyone interested in learning more about Lung Health.

    Where: Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
    1550 Court Place
    Denver, Co 80202
    Plaza Building, Concourse Level Plaza Ballroom (see floor diagram)

    Cost: The event is free to the public. Parking will be reimbursed to all but $6. The COPD Foundation will reimburse the remaining $6 for those who request it or are in need. Lunch will be provided free of cost for all those attending. An oxygen refill station will be on site.

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  • Directions to Our New Location

    We have moved!!

    American Medical Sales & Repair has relocated to its new facility in Centennial, Colorado!  Our new address is 7032 S Revere Parkway, Suite 320, Centennial, CO 80112. Here are directions and pictures to help you find our location. Please call us with if you have any questions, 303-799-0011.

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  • This Ol’ Heart of Mine

    February is the month of Valentines, cupid and big, red hearts.  What would February be without them all?  Especially hearts!  For those of us using supplemental oxygen, we know that our hearts pump our blood, which carries oxygen to all of our vital organs.  We can easily keep track of our blood oxygen levels by using a portable finger pulse oximeter.

    The technology behind a pulse oximeter is fairly simple: light waves read the amount of oxygen in our blood and that number is given a numerical value, based on a percentage.  It’s really that easy.

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  • New Year/New Resolutions for Oxygen Users

    We made it through the Holidays and, now, it’s that time of year again; the time when we all vow to do right by ourselves with more exercise and a more nutrient-dense, low-fat diet. For the most part, this should be pretty simple: eat less, exercise more.

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  • Travel Anytime, Anywhere! Oxygen Concentrator Rentals

    Choose from any of our products, Respironics Evergo, Inogen One G2, SeQual Eclipse 5, and Respironics SimplyGo.

    Renting a concentrator is as easy as making a phone call. Call one of our friendly customer care agents and describe your travel plans and concentrator requirements. We will help you select the unit and batteries that will fulfill all of your needs. We will ship your concentrator to arrive 24 hours before your travel begins. Unpack your unit and call us with any questions. Our customer care agents are happy to discuss any set-up questions.

    Our weekly packages start at just $245. Call one of our customer care agents for more information.

  • Where the Air is Rare: Oxygen Users Summit 14,000-foot Peak

    On August 10, an intrepid bunch of AMSR staff, customers, and vendor reps proved that oxygen users can enjoy the high life.

    The group of 10 completed a 5-mile hike near Idaho Springs, Colorado. Supplemental oxygen in tow, they left the trailhead at Summit Lake (elevation 12,840 feet) at 9 a.m. and summited scenic Mount Evans (elevation 14,264 feet) at 1:30 p.m.

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  • AMSR Rental Program Gets Pulmonary Patients Traveling

    American Medical Sales and Repair and its Oxygen Concentrator Store brings both continuous flow and pulse portable oxygen concentrators to a flexible rental program that delivers therapeutic mobility and opens travel to COPD patients.

    CENTENNIAL, CO – Pulmonary therapy patients who use oxygen concentrators to maintain an active lifestyle face difficulties in planning travel because home respiratory units are not portable and patients can’t be off of oxygen for extended periods of time. American Medical Sales and Rentals and its Oxygen Concentrator Store, the country’s largest online purveyor of such equipment, recently revised its portable oxygen concentrator rental program to bring these patients the flexibility they need for therapeutic mobility and travel.

    “We have expanded our rental fleet of portable oxygen units from three popular brand name units to four and added the two newest and lightest units. The fleet now gives patients four options for pulse concentrators and two options for continuous flow concentrators,” says Jennifer Hopkins, AMSR CEO and Partner. “We have also added daily rentals (7-day minimum) to our formerly weekly-only rental programs so patients have the flexibility of paying for just the mobility they require.”

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