✔︎ Advanced Disease Management Capability
✔︎ User-Friendly Operation
✔︎ Enhanced Portability with a Custom Carrying Case
✔︎ Stylish Design
1.Settings 1 to 7 in PulseDose Mode equal to 1-7LPM or 1 to 2.5 LPM in Continuous Flow Mode.
2.Very compact design:8.2”x11.8”x14.9
3.Integrated PulseDose oxygen conserving technology extends the use time of the Lovego LG103 Portable Oxygen System, offering increased mobility with improved comfort and increased efficiency.
4.Built in oxygen sensing device to ensure accurate oxygen delivery and reduced periodic maintenance schedule
5.Increased battery capabilities – LG103 is powered by one battery which can last as long at 7 hours when operating at Setting 1 in PulseDose Mod
6.Audible alerts for Power Failure, Low Battery, Low Oxygen Output, High Flow/Low Flow, No Breath Detected in PulseDose Mode, High Temperature, Unit Malfunction
7.Easy-to-access filter compartment
There are several things to consider when selecting a portable oxygen concentrator. while the cost of portable oxygen concentrator may seem to be the most important factor there are other factors that may supersede the cost.
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The most important thing to consider when selecting a portable oxygen concentrator is your oxygen prescription requirements.
The portable oxygen concentrator that you select must be able to meet your minimum oxygen dose requirement. The minimum dose requirement come from your health care provider.
This means if your health care provider has prescribed 5 liters per minute, your oxygen concentrator should be able to provide 5 liters or more.
Next thing that you need to consider when selecting a portable oxygen concentrator is whether you need a pulse flow or continuous flow oxygen concentrator.
These types of oxygen concentrators use advanced technology where they will only deliver oxygen at the desired doses only when you are breathing in.
These types of oxygen concentrators are called pulsating because they synchronize with your breathing pattern.
The other type of portable oxygen concentrators are called continuous flow type.
Continuous flow oxygen concentrators supply a continuous stream of oxygen whether you are inhaling all exhaling.
The other thing that you need to consider is portability of your portable oxygen concentrator.
Some types of portable oxygen concentrators are small enough and light enough just like a laptop. That means that they can be carried up and down the stairs or when outdoors.
Other types of portable oxygen concentrators are wheeled meaning they need to be dragged behind you.
These types of oxygen concentrators although they are portable might not be ideal for walking up and down the stairs
You should consider how long the battery of your portable oxygen concentrator it’s going to last. Some portable oxygen concentrators come with backup batteries at an extra cost, meaning in fact you can have more than one battery to interchange just in case.
Most wheeled type portable oxygen concentrators have a large battery that can last anywhere between 5 hours and 14 hours before recharging.
These types of portable oxygen concentrators are also known to have capacities of up to 10 liters per minute.
The weight of portable oxygen device will vary depending on manufacturers and the battery life.
A continuous portable oxygen concentrator weighs approximately 17 to 20 pounds whereas pause flow portable oxygen concentrators may vary anywhere between 3 and 10 pounds depending on the manufacturer and the battery life.
Not all portable oxygen concentrators are approved by FAA and IATA, meaning not all of them that can be used in an airplane.
FAA approved oxygen concentrator would be one of the safest and most reliable option.