What is oxygen concentrators?
An oxygen concentrator is a kind of equipment which can provide oxygen treatment to patients at a concentration far higher than the ambient air concentration, and can keep the oxygen level in patients' blood stable. This is a medical device that compresses the air around the patient and delivers it to him/her in a purer form. Oxygen supply is continuous. Unlike the oxygen tank, as long as a battery power supply or compressor is plugged into a power socket, it will never run out. We have a variety of top oxygen concentrators from experienced manufacturers. These devices, also known as concentrators or concentrators, provide a continuous flow of oxygen-enriched air and provide cost-effective, most preferred methods of treatment at home or in transit.
How does oxygen concentrator work? portable oxygen concentrator
The oxygen concentrator draws in conventional air from the room and compresses it with a filter and sieve bed to filter out other gases present, including nitrogen. Concentrated medical grade oxygen is delivered to the user through a mask or nasal intubation. The O2 machine delivers oxygen in the form of continuous flow or pulse dose. At each inhalation, the pulse dose oxygen generator will release oxygen in a dose or burst manner. It is based on the rate of breathing and the amount of oxygen taken. This ensures that the right amount of oxygen is delivered according to different periods of activity (sleep, rest or daily work). If continuous delivery is required, a constant flow oxygen concentrator must be used. For more complex and practical solutions, the pulse dose is more effective. The Invacare platinum ten fixed oxygen plant provides a continuous flow of up to 10 liters per minute. The DeVilbiss Igo portable oxygen concentrator is versatile in providing oxygen in a constant stream at a rate of 3 liters per minute and from a 1-6 pulse dose mode pulse stream.