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Oxygen Concentrators, Cylinders, & Supplies

Oxygen therapy is most commonly provided by oxygen cylinders and/or oxygen concentrators, offering a convenient solution for versatile and effective breath support for users who cannot take in enough oxygen on their own. Home fill systems and a variety of accessories ensure oxygen is easily accessible and directed exactly where it's needed at the correct rate.

Oxygen Concentrators
Oxygen Concentrators
From $639.00
Home Fill Oxygen Systems
Home Fill Oxygen Systems
From $1,749.00
Oxygen Cylinders
Oxygen Cylinders
From $64.32
Oxygen Carts
Oxygen Carts
From $71.93
Emergency Oxygen
Emergency Oxygen
From $196.52
Oxygen Racks
Oxygen Racks
From $41.28
Oxygen Regulators
Oxygen Regulators
From $36.14
Oxygen Masks
Oxygen Masks
From $16.50
Oxygen Conservers
Oxygen Conservers
From $190.00

Oxygen cylinders and concentrators are great ways to help users continue the flow of oxygen through their bodies, each offering their own benefits and difficulties that work better for users with specific needs.

In addition to just a cylinder or concentrator, users might require a variety of tubing, nasal cannulas, flow regulators, and conservers to help direct the oxygen into their nose at the appropriate speed and quantity. Other accessories like carts and racks provide a convenient solution for storage and transport of cylinders and other supplies.

Each device has their own set of benefits and difficulties, but both are used commonly by people with a variety of oxygen-related needs. In addition, a variety of accessories and additional components help to control, regulate, and direct the flow of oxygen and provide convenient solutions for oxygen storage and portability.

Rehabmart is proud to offer a vast array of high-quality and versatile oxygen cylinders, concentrators, regulators, carts, racks, cannulas, masks, and other accessories to meet the needs of every user.

Rehabmart is an authorized dealer for many well-known brands like AirSep, Caire Medical, Drive Medical, Invacare, Precision Medical, and Respironics.

For more information on our great products as well as tips and tricks for patients and caregivers, visit us at Caregiver University where you can read reviews, caregiver recommendations, product and company features, helpful tips for living with certain conditions, and other engaging content like this article on our Top 5 Best Oxygen Concentrators.

FAQs

Q: Who needs Oxygen Therapy?

A: Oxygen Therapy is prescribed for people who can't get enough oxygen on their own. This is often due to a range of lung and respiratory conditions that prevent the lungs from absorbing oxygen. To determine if you could benefit from oxygen therapy, doctors test the amount of oxygen in the blood. An oxygen level of 60 mmHg or lower indicates the need for supplemental oxygen.

Q: What are the symptoms of Low Oxygen?

A: Rapid breathing, shortness of breath, fast heart rate, coughing or wheezing, sweating, confusion, and/or changes in the color of your skin.

Q: What are the different types of oxygen therapies?

A: Oxygen gas, Liquid oxygen, Oxygen concentrators, & Hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Q: Can portable oxygen concentrators be used with CPAP or BiPAP devices?

A: Yes. Oxygen Concentrators that offer continuous flow can be used with sleep apnea devices.

Q: How does an Oxygen Concentrator work?

A: Oxygen concentrators take oxygen from the ambient air, concentrates it for therapeutic use, and remove other naturally occurring gases. Oxygen is distributed from the tank through a tube directly into the user's nose through a cannula or through a tube directly inserted in the windpipe.

Q: Can I smoke around my Oxygen Concentrator?

A: Open flames should always be avoided where oxygen is in use due to the high risk of flammability. This includes matches, lighters, candles, or smoking in any form. Anyone who wishes to smoke should always do so out of range of the oxygen unit.

Q: How do I maintain an Oxygen Concentrator?

A: The particle screen and the surface of the concentrator should be cleaned regularly to ensure adequate airflow and keep the equipment in good working condition. Additionally, the nasal cannula and filter should be regularly replaced for cleanliness and quality airflow.

Q: Are Oxygen Concentrators noisy?

A: It is true that all concentrators make a sound, as they are mechanically converting normal air to medical-grade oxygen. If you currently have tanks, you are accustomed to having little or no sound when using them. However, many concentrators give off very little sound, with a quiet mechanical noise that fades easily into the background and functions like white noise.

Q: Will Medicare pay for a Portable Oxygen Concentrator?

A: Most likely not. Medicare does have billable codes for portable oxygen concentrators. However, with reductions in how much Medicare will pay there continues to be less and less incentive for your local oxygen equipment company to provide you with a portable oxygen concentrator. Most choose to provide you with the less expensive, old-fashioned system consisting of a home oxygen concentrator and multiple oxygen tanks that have to be refilled and delivered routinely.

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