A quick explanation of oxygen therapy terms you may hear your doctor, physical therapist or insurance company use as part of a treatment plan.
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General In-Home Oxygen Safety:
- Place and maintain smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors throughout the house.
- Every home should be equipped with a fire extinguisher suitable for home environment.
- Avoid using extension cords, particularly with medical equipment.
- Do not overload electrical outlets with multiple pieces of equipment.
- Do not…
We understand there are a lot of choices, and it can be an overwhelming experience to make sure you’re getting the very best oxygen concentrator for you or your loved ones.
Do you know the difference?