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Oxygen Concentrator for Rent and Sale in Bengaluru

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Philips 5LPM Oxygen concentrator

Technical details


TypeHome Stationary

Continuous Flow1-5LPM


Oxygen Purity Indicator (OPI)

Power consumption350watts

Sound level45db

Dimensions23H x 15W x 9.5Dinch

Operating altitude7500feet

Outlet pressure5.5psi

 Rent /month=Rs.3900

10 lpm oxygen concentrator

10 LPM Oxygen concentrator

Technical details


TypeHigh Flow Stationary

Continuous Flow1-10LPM


Oxygen Purity Indicator (OPI)

Power consumption610watts

Sound level50db

Dimensions26.77H x 15.74W x 14.72Dinch

Outlet pressure14.5psi

 Rent /month=Rs.8000

5lpm oxygen concentrator

5LPM Oxygen concentrator

Technical details


TypeHome Stationary

Continuous Flow1-5LPM


Oxygen Purity Indicator (OPI)

Power consumption390watts

Sound level45db

Dimensions20.27H x 12.36W x 9.4Dinch

Operating altitude7500feet

Outlet pressure10psi

 Rent /month=Rs.3500

Oxygen concentrators are medical devices that provide a high concentration of oxygen to individuals with respiratory conditions or those in need of supplemental oxygen. Here are some common uses of oxygen concentrators:

  1. Respiratory Conditions:

    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): Patients with COPD often have difficulty breathing and may require extra oxygen to maintain adequate blood oxygen levels.

    • Pneumonia: Individuals with severe pneumonia or other respiratory infections may benefit from oxygen therapy to support their breathing.

  2. Hypoxemia:

    • Low Blood Oxygen Levels: Conditions such as hypoxemia, where the blood oxygen levels are below normal, can be addressed with the use of oxygen concentrators.

  3. Post-Surgery:

    • After Surgery: Some individuals may require oxygen therapy after certain types of surgeries, especially those that affect the respiratory system.

  4. Cardiovascular Conditions:

    • Heart Failure: Patients with heart failure may experience difficulty in oxygenating their blood adequately, and oxygen therapy can help in such cases.

  5. Sleep Apnea:

    • Sleep Apnea: In some cases of sleep apnea, where individuals experience interrupted breathing during sleep, oxygen therapy might be prescribed.

  6. Emergency Situations:

    • Emergency Medical Services: Oxygen concentrators can be used in emergency medical situations where a patient's oxygen levels need to be quickly stabilized before more advanced medical care is available.

  7. Home Care:

    • Home Oxygen Therapy: Oxygen concentrators allow patients to receive oxygen therapy in the comfort of their homes, reducing the need for hospitalization.

  8. Altitude Sickness:

    • High Altitude Environments: In high-altitude areas where the air contains lower levels of oxygen, concentrators can be used to supplement oxygen intake and prevent altitude sickness.

  9. Chronic Diseases:

    • Interstitial Lung Disease, Fibrosis, and Other Chronic Lung Conditions: Patients with these conditions may require oxygen therapy to improve their quality of life and overall well-being.

  10. Improving Exercise Tolerance:

    • Pulmonary Rehabilitation: Oxygen concentrators can be used during pulmonary rehabilitation programs to enhance exercise tolerance and improve respiratory function.

It's important to note that the use of oxygen concentrators should be prescribed and monitored by healthcare professionals. The appropriate flow rate and duration of use depend on the individual's medical condition, and misuse can have adverse effects. Always consult with a healthcare provider for personalized medical advice.

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