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Oxygen Concentrator Machines has
portable oxygen concentrator rentals. We carry a wide variety of Oxygen
Concentrators to select from. Make sure you know what Portable Oxygen
Concentrator is the right oxygen concentrator for you. We have
technicians always on call to make sure you get the correct Portable Oxygen Concentrator,
and the correct amount of batteries for the Oxygen Concentrator. Some
Portable Oxygen Concentrators have only a pulse flow, while the other
Oxygen Machines have both continuous and pulse flow. Some of the
Portable Oxygen Concentrators will give up to 2 hours of battery life,
while others have batteries that will last up to 8 hours. We will meet
or beat any advertised price on any rental or purchase of a Home or
Portable Oxygen Concentrators.
A physician must write a prescription for oxygen therapy.To determine a patient’s need for oxygen therapy, and to meet Medicare and most insurance company oxygen reimbursement requirements, a physician will order either or both of two tests that will indicate the patient’s oxygen level: an Arterial blood gas (ABG) test or a Saturation (SAT) test.
The prescription will spell out the patient’s flow rate – how much oxygen the patient needs per minute, referred to as liters per minute (LPM or L/M) – and exactly when the patient should use oxygen. Some people need oxygen therapy ONLY when they exercise or while they sleep. Others need to use oxygen around the clock.
Home oxygen therapy is NOT recommended in the following situations:
A patient has severe airflow limitation, a main complaint of difficult or labored breathing, but maintains a PaO2 greater than 60 mm Hg and shows no secondary effects of chronic hypoxia (deficiency of oxygen reaching the tissues of the body).
A patient continues to smoke cigarettes.
A patient has NOT received adequate therapy of other kinds (e.g., inhaled and oral bronchodilators, treatment of right ventricular failure and of any respiratory infection).
A patient is not sufficiently motivated to undertake the discipline required to maintain oxygen therapy.