The Best Oxygen Concentrator

Choosing the best oxygen concentrator for your needs isn't always straightforward. There are several things to take into consideration when choosing the right concentrator for you. Lifestyle, oxygen needs, physical capabilities and overall health are all characteristics that can help you determine what kind of oxygen concentrator is best for you. Oxygen concentrators are divided into two separate groups: stationary and portable.

Stationary Oxygen Concentrators

  • A stationary, or home oxygen concentrator, may be the best concentrator for you if you require between three and 10 liters of oxygen per minute and if you are in a non-ambulant state. A home oxygen concentrator can handle limited travel and usually come equipped with wheels, which allows users to take it into different parts of the home. These types of concentrators are ideal for patients seeking a concentrator that focuses primarily on reliability and flow versus portability. Home concentrators are continuous flow, which means that they produce oxygen continuously, regardless of whether the user is inhaling or not. Some of the best-selling stationary concentrators include the Devilbiss Oxygen Concentrator, Invacare Perfecto 2 Oxygen Concentrator 5 Liter and Airsep Visionaire 5 Oxygen Concentrator.

Portable Oxygen Concentrators

  • A portable concentrator may be the best choice for you if you require less oxygen per minute (portable concentrators deliver between one and five liters per minute) and are searching for a concentrator that is lightweight and easy to travel with. A portable concentrator may be the best concentrator for you if you're searching for a concentrator that can run on a variety of different power sources such as a wall outlet, a car adapter, a battery pack and so on. Most portable oxygen concentrators are lightweight (between five and 20 pounds) and are compact enough to be carried under one arm, in a backpack or placed in a cart. Many people choose to supplement their stationary concentrator with a portable oxygen concentrator. You may find that the best concentrator solution for you is both a stationary concentrator and a portable one. Having both a stationary and portable oxygen concentrator will allow you to move freely while outside of the home, yet retain the security and reliability of a stationary concentrator while at home. Some of the best portable oxygen concentrators that we carry include the Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator, Inogen One G2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator and Eclipse 5 Portable Oxygen Concentrator.

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