In-Depth Review

  • An In-depth look at the AirSep Focus

    The release of the Airsep Focus marks the availability of the smallest, most lightweight portable oxygen concentrator available on the market. This pulse dose oxygen concentrator operates on a setting of 2 liters per minute and easily travels with you to the gym, your grandchildren's recitals, or even on vacations across the world.

    The AirSep Focus is the smallest portable oxygen concentrator available on the market today. Weighing less than two pounds and standing at just over a half a foot tall, this small oxygen concentrator is housed in a durable, black plastic case. The Focus is truly wearable, whether you choose to wear it over your shoulder or around your waist with the included shoulder strap and belt accessories. The Focus was designed to enable you to live your normally active lifestyle without worrying about the size of an oxygen concentrator or tank refills.

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  • In-Depth Look at the Invacare Perfecto 2 Home Oxygen Concentrator

    The Invacare Perfecto 2 is the smallest, lightest and most energy efficient 5-liter home oxygen concentrator available from Invacare. The streamlined Perfecto 2 incorporates a market leading pressure based system with a contemporary design. The Perfecto 2 is preferred by patients over other home oxygen concentrator options for its lightweight, streamlined appearance and quiet operation. The Perfecto 2 also uses less energy than similar home oxygen concentrators, making this one of the best home oxygen concentrators available on the market.


    • 75% quieter than the Invacare Platinum XL Concentrator
    • Pressure based oxygen system is superior to timing based systems
    • Compact design provides for increased mobility throughout the home

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  • Concentrator Comparison: Respironics SimplyGo vs. SeQual Eclipse 3

    The Respironics SimplyGo and the SeQual Eclipse 3 are innovative portable oxygen concentrators that simplify supplemental oxygen therapy for patients. Like most portable oxygen concentrators, both the SimplyGo and Eclipse offer pulse dose oxygen delivery. These units stand out from other POCs on the market because they can also be used as continuous flow oxygen concentrators.

    Here's a closer look at the similarities and differences between the SimplyGo and Eclipse 3 to help you decide which portable oxygen system is best for you.

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  • In-Depth Look at the Oxus Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    The Oxus portable oxygen concentrator is a lightweight, supplemental oxygen system designed to give you the independence to live your life without worry about oxygen tank refills, home filling systems, or running out of oxygen while you are away from home. The Oxus portable concentrator was created with every feature important to oxygen dependent patients in mind. With Oxus, you can have a compact and portable POC without compromising on battery life, decibel level, or oxygen output.

    The Oxus Portable Oxygen Concentrator features one of the sleekest designs available on the market today. With a light gray molded plastic shell, the Oxus POC is a good looking solution for oxygen dependent patients seeking freedom to travel around town and even across the country. The Oxus has a sturdy carry handle made of dark gray molded plastic, contributing to the contemporary look of the unit with a modern two-toned design.

    Standing at less than a foot tall, and just 7.6” wide and 5.6” deep, the Oxus is one of the most compact portable oxygen concentrators available on the market without compromising on battery life, oxygen delivery and output, and noise level.

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  • An In-depth Look at the Benefits of American Medical Glasses

    Wearing a nasal cannula might seem burdensome enough, especially when you first start using oxygen therapy, but with the addition of wearing prescription glasses, it can start to feel there are just too many things on your face. You might also feel a little self conscious in public and worry that people are paying more attention to your nasal cannula than you while you are talking to them. If you are bothered by having to wear your nasal cannula, especially if you have to use constant oxygen, along with your glasses, getting a pair of American Medical Glasses might be the answer to your problems.

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  • In-Depth Look at the DeVilbiss iGo

    Anyone who needs to use oxygen therapy on a regular basis will tell you what they want in a portable oxygen concentrator. It has to be durable, last for many years without needing any major repairs, and be able to handle going with them wherever they might want to roam. The oxygen flow shouldn't be too overwhelming and feel more natural, and it should be light enough to bear carrying around on foot if they need to. One of the best portable oxygen concentrators on the market that feature these things and more are the iGo by DeVilbiss.

    DeVilbiss also makes a home oxygen concentrator, which is only 37 pounds, but of course you wouldn't be able to travel and do all the things you can do outside of the home with the iGo. The iGo is only 19 pounds, and that's with the battery in it. You won't feel as if you are weighed down as you are walking about.

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  • An In-Depth Look at the SeQual Eclipse 3

    The third generation of SeQual's Eclipse, the Eclipse 3, is a portable oxygen concentrator that provides the most reliable continuous flow oxygen along with a pulse dose option. This fully functioning, robust system fulfills clinical oxygen needs while simultaneously offering desired portability and freedom. Regain your freedom to move freely about your home, take trips to the grocery store, day trips with grandchildren, and even travel with the Eclipse 3.


    • Single solution for oxygen dependent patients fulfills clinical needs with the portability that patients want.
    • Battery can last for over 3 hours and can recharge while in use
    • AutoSAT adjusts to your respiratory rate

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  • An In-Depth Look at the Respironics EverFlo Q Home Oxygen Concentrator

    The Phillips Respironics EverFlo Q Home Oxygen Concentrator is a stationary oxygen machine that combines clinical in-home oxygen needs with easy to use features that patients desire. Many home oxygen concentrators feature heavy and bulky designs, run at loud decibels, and require frequent maintenance. The Respironics EverFlo Q is a low-maintenance, quiet and small oxygen therapy system that gives you freedom from worry about the noise, size, and maintenance traditionally associated with other stationary oxygen concentrators.

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  • An In-Depth Look at the Inogen G2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

    The Inogen One G2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator is a smaller and lighter concentrator than the original Inogen One portable concentrator. The Inogen One G2 was designed to eliminate the need for heavy oxygen tanks, offering oxygen dependent patients convenience and portability. The Inogen One G2 features a long battery life, with up to 8 hours of battery operated oxygen provided by the machine while you are away from home. This unique portable oxygen concentrator is a single solution oxygen system that is suitable for use at home, on the road and travel.

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  • In-Depth Look at the Invacare XP02

    The Invacare XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator is named for its exceptional portability. This oxygen concentrator makes it possible for oxygen dependent patients to have a small, lightweight, durable unit.

    The XPO2 is clinically robust enough for use at home and also enables travel with its extreme portability. The Invacare XPO2 is one of the smallest and lightest portable oxygen concentrator on the market and features a built-in and supplemental battery to give oxygen dependent patients freedom to travel, without worrying about running out of oxygen.

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