What is an Oxygen Concentrator?
Discover how to create oxygen in your own home to keep your family safe
The past three years have been hard for many of us, but especially for those with lung complaints such as asthma or COPD.
Just when you think things are getting back to normal, we hear about more cases of viruses with hospitals overloaded and ambulance services stretched.
Sometimes, all a person needs is an enriched supply of oxygen to get them through a difficult patch.
Bottles not always best
We are all familiar with the oxygen bottles we see in clinics or ambulances but not everyone has access to them. Firstly, you need a prescription to get them. Also, they are heavy, dangerous and require refilling.
Pure and simple
An oxygen concentrator uses the ambient air as a raw material and filters out the nitrogen, leaving air that is much richer in oxygen than the usual 18% in the atmosphere. The Oxy-96 can deliver over 90% pure oxygen giving the help you need depending on your doctor's advice.
How do I check my oxygen levels?
With more than one nasty lung infection doing the rounds, it is always important to keep an eye on your oxygen levels. With modern technology, this couldn't be easier.
This simple device clips on the end of your finger and gives you a precise indication of your heartrate and blood oxygen levels. It's become as indispensable as the household thermometer.
Sally Rooke shares her journey with chronic illness and how simply breathing oxygen 30 minutes per day has improved her wellbeing.If you have any questions, don't hesitate to give us a call, +64 2111 62490