Oxygen Concentrator Information and Reviews

Oxygen Saturation levels and what do they mean?

Oxygen Saturation levels and what do they mean?

When using oxygen therapy, levels of oxygen saturation are important to be monitored to maintain safe levels.
I have been told I am an CO2 Retainer?

I have been told I am an CO2 Retainer?

I have told by my doctor that I am a Carbon Dioxide retainer. What does this mean and how should I look after my condition?
Can I overdose on Oxygen?

Can I overdose on Oxygen?

A question that should be read by all users of oxygen treatment.
Will my Private Health cover me?

Will my Private Health cover me?

Most major Private Health Providers will cover a partial amount of the purchase of an oxygen concentrator. For your convenience we have created a short guide of current providers from a recent review we had conducted.
List of Australian Portable Oxygen Airline Forms

List of Australian Portable Oxygen Airline Forms

At present all of our portable concentrators are FAA approved for use on Airlines. We have summarised the latest Australian Airline forms which are available for download. Before flight you must contact the airline to confirm your medical oxygen use on-board.
Tax Deductions for Oxygen Concentrators

Tax Deductions for Oxygen Concentrators

Did you know that Oxygen Concentrators can be used as a tax deduction. Here we have a helpful article to see if you are eligible.
Asbestos Disease and Supplemental Oxygen Therapy

Asbestos Disease and Supplemental Oxygen Therapy

Asbestos is a fibrous mineral that was used extensively in the building industry in Australia and other countries during the 20th century. A naturally occurring silicate material made up of fine, fibrous crystals, asbestos was used for its strength and flexibility, as well as its insulation, fire and chemical retardant properties. Used in Australia extensively between 1945 and 1980, it was finally banned in 1989 in building products, and completely prohibited in 2003.
Portable Oxygen Concentrators and how they can help improve your daily life

Portable Oxygen Concentrators and how they can help improve your daily life

Informative article on how a portable oxygen (POC) will revolutionise your lifestyle. You’ll be able to get out and about, meet with friends and family and travel.
Why use a Humidifier Bottle with your In-home Concentrator?

Why use a Humidifier Bottle with your In-home Concentrator?

Ever experienced a sore dry nose from your oxygen? A humidifier could be the answer for you!
Tips for flying with the SimplyGo and other oxygen concentrators

Tips for flying with the SimplyGo and other oxygen concentrators

Some simple Tips and Checklist to use before flight on an airline.
How do Portable Oxygen Concentrators work?

How do Portable Oxygen Concentrators work?

The ins and outs of Portable oxygen concentrators
What is the difference between continuous flow and pulse flow oxygen delivery?

What is the difference between continuous flow and pulse flow oxygen delivery?

Are you confused by some of the different flow methods? This helpful article will explain the two methods of oxygen delivery.
What is Oxygen Therapy?

What is Oxygen Therapy?

A short article written by Queensland Sales Consultant Kathleen Lakey
Should I use a Nasal cannula or Oxygen mask with my oxygen concentrator?

Should I use a Nasal cannula or Oxygen mask with my oxygen concentrator?

Both nasal cannulas and oxygen masks allow the delivery of oxygen to your body. Which would you prefer?

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