Oxygen use has extended from inpatient to outpatient and are primarily used for the delivery of long-term oxygen therapy (LTOT) for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD) and complications of hypoxaemia due to COVID. Consolidated knowledge of all oxygen devices and delivery systems is essential to devise tailored patient-based plans for oxygen therapy. Use of Oxygen Concentrator must be prescribed by doctors since it can cause severe damage to patients.
A typical oxygen concentrator may deliver oxygen flows of 0.5–5 L·min−1 (low-flow oxygen concentrators), while some models may generate up to 10 L·min−1 (high-flow oxygen concentrators). In most cases, 5L concentrators will be enough to cover the needs of patients. Due to Covid, there is a shortage of 5L concentrators. Consequently, many are using 10L concentrators with a twin derivative nasal canula for 2 patients.
There are two types of oxygen concentrators: stationary and portable. Stationary concentrators provide an uninterrupted oxygen supply with a flow ranging from 0.5 to 10–15 L per min. Based on your needs and patients pathologies, contact us and we will recommend the best fit for your needs.
Since we are in direct contact with the best concentrator manufacturers in China without any middlemen, we offer best value for money despite current shortage of Concentrator. All our factories got ISO 80601-2-69 which have the only requirements for the basic safety and essential performance of oxygen concentrator equipment. All our concentrators have CE/CFDA-NMPA and/or US FDA.