Home Oxygen Therapy
Home oxygen therapy involves breathing in air that contains more oxygen than normal from a cylinder or machine in your home as prescribed by a physician.
Oxygen therapy also helps prevent damage to the heart and brain, which can be caused by low levels of oxygen in the blood.
It can help people with a range of health conditions, such as:
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- pulmonary fibrosis
- heart failure
- obesity-related hypoventilation
- severe long-term asthma
- pulmonary hypertension
- conditions affecting the nerves and muscles or ribcage
- cystic fibrosis
Can Sleep Apnoea Cause Oxygen Deprivation?
Sleep apnoea is a debilitating and potentially serious condition in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts during sleep. If you snore loudly or wake up tired even after a full night sleep, you may have sleep apnoea.
Can Oxygen Therapy Help With COPD or emphysema?
COPD is short for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in which airflow to the lungs is obstructed by chronic inflammation. The symptoms are characterised by shortness of breath, coughing, high levels of phlegm and wheezing. It is a dangerous condition which can lead to heart disease. Emphysema and bronchitis are common conditions which contribute to COPD.
What are the Benefits of an Oxygen Concentrator?
Our customers come to us looking for a product to supply supplemental oxygen. Whether they are struggling with a lung disease or a breathing disorder they are looking for an easy to use alternative to oxygen bottles and cylinders.
What is an Oxygen Concentrator?
Home oxygen concentrators were developed as a flexible and cost-effective way for those who have been prescribed the use of oxygen therapy by the physician to reclaim their independence both at home as well as on holidays.What is an Oxygen Concentrator?
What does an Oxygen Concentrator do?
An oxygen concentrator is a machine that uses the ambient air as a raw material to to generate high purity oxygen by separating it from the nitrogen using a device known as a molecular sieve. This life-enhancing gas is delivered to the user by a breathing device such as a nasal cannula or face mask. Oxygen therapy is indicated in a number of different conditions including cystic fibrosis, pneumonia and other lung disorders.
How Does an Oxygen Concentrator Work?
Think of an oxygen concentrator like an air conditioner — it takes air in, changes it, and delivers it in a different form. Patients who required oxygen therapy in the past mainly relied on pressurized oxygen tanks. Even though these tanks are effective, they require regular refilling and are cumbersome and expensive in the long term.How Does an Oxygen Concentrator Work?