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Oxygen Concentrators

Shop easy to use oxygen concentrators, respiratory analyzers and O2 sensors, portable and for home use.

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Invacare Solo2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Designed for ease of use and to meet the needs of ...

$3,499.99

was $4666.65

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DeVilbiss 525DS 5-Liter Oxygen Concentrator w/ O2 Sensor

This new compact concentrator provides unmatched p...

$1,119.99

was $1493.32

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O2 Analyzer with 3 Digit LCD Display

Respiratory oxygen analyzer with LCD display.

$299.99


Oxygen Cylinder Shoulder Bags for D Cylinders

Respiratory Oxygen Cylinder Carrier Bag.

$24.99

Oxygen Cylinder Carrier for 6 Cylinder M4 (A) or M6 (B) Carrier

Small, compact and lightweight. Holds six B or A ...

$66.99

Oxygen Cylinder Carrier for 6 Cylinder M9 (C) Hand Carrier

Respiratory Oxygen Cylinder Carriers

$66.99


XPO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Portable oxygen concentrator with a small, sleek d...

$4,799.99

Fingertip Pulse Oximeter 3. 6V Lithium Battery

Replacement battery for Fingertip Pulse Oximeter 3...

$33.99


M6 Oxygen Cylinder Rack

Oxygen cylinder rack specifically for different cy...

$59.99

Oxygen Cylinder Shoulder Carry Bag

Over the shoulder carrying bag for oxygen cylinder...

$26.99

Oxygen Cylinder Carry Bag

Carry bag for oxygen cylinders.

$34.99


Economy Oxygen Rack

Economy priced oxygen rack. Holds size 6 E, D, or ...

$49.99

Oxygen Cylinder Rack

Oxygen cylinder rack that holds size 20, E, D, C, ...

$109.99

Oxygen Cylinder Cart

Cart for size 20, E, D, C, or M9 oxygen cylinders.

$143.99


Choosing The Best Oxygen Concentrators

If you’re unable to take in enough oxygen naturally, an oxygen concentrator delivers the air you need to live more comfortably. No longer is it necessary to use cumbersome oxygen tanks—today home oxygen concentrators are convenient, easy to take from room to room or even with you when you want to leave the house and extremely efficient at providing long-term home oxygen therapy as you manage lung disease.

When your doctor prescribes home oxygen therapy, he or she will detail exactly what your home oxygen equipment needs are, based on your medical history and tests such as blood gas measurements and pulse oximetry, a measurement you can check at home with a fingertip device.

Unlike the old method that required patients to use cumbersome oxygen tanks that had to be refilled, an oxygen concentrator pulls oxygen from the air wherever you are, separating it from nitrogen and other elements in the environment. It delivers the oxygen from the unit to you through either a nose tube or a facemask; you may be able to choose the method you like best, though your needs could dictate the method. Either way, look for longer tubes so that you can maneuver better around the oxygen concentrator.

The most flexible home oxygen equipment is likely a portable oxygen concentrator that works on electric or battery power so that you’re not confined indoors when using it. Of course, an electric home oxygen concentrator can be easily moved from room to room as long as there’s an outlet and possibly plugged into your car’s A/C outlet during car travel. Though there is little maintenance needed, most units function with filters that need to be cleaned or replaced on a regular schedule. Make sure you understand the manufacturer’s guidelines and keep a set of replacement pats handy before you actually need them.