Traveling on oxygen for the first time can feel intimidating, but if you have a packing checklist, you’ll be fine. Learn what to put on your checklist here.
If your doctor has prescribed oxygen therapy, you’re probably researching the terms associated with the treatment. Learn about blood oxygen levels here.
If you’re new to oxygen concentrators, you may not understand the difference between 5- and 10-liter options. Learn more about the differences now.
If you’ve recently been prescribed oxygen therapy and gotten a concentrator but don’t know how to start using it, we can help. Check out our beginners’ guide.
There are several lifestyle and habit changes you can make when you’re put on oxygen to keep you safe and healthy, and to maintain oxygen effectiveness.
If you’ve recently started oxygen therapy and are looking for a concentrator, consider the following reliable models that are currently available.
Oxygen concentrator maintenance is an important part of keeping your equipment in good working order. Learn how to maintain and clean your machine at home now.
Your oxygen concentrator is an important part of your daily life. Learn how to tell if something is going wrong and needs a professional fix now.
Eventually, all oxygen concentrators become obsolete. They either get too old and stop working, a better option hits the market, or your health changes and you no longer need oxygen therapy. But that can leave people wondering, how do you dispose of an old oxygen...
Starting supplemental oxygen will change your life. You’ll feel and breathe better, but you’ll have to rearrange your home to accommodate your oxygen.