Cold weather is right around the corner, depending on where you live, this can be a dreadful time of year for many people. Especially for people with conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
There are a lot of great options when it comes to choosing a portable oxygen concentrator from LPT Medical. We stock only the most reputable and highest quality oxygen devices on the market but we offer our customers the lowest price because we are a local family owned business. We are based in Denver Colorado but we ship our device nationwide overnight!
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security reported in early 2020 that there were localized issues in securing enough oxygen to treat seriously ill COVID-19 patients.This was at the beginning of the pandemic, and predictions surrounding the availability of oxygen devices proved to be true in the following months.
Is spending the extra cash on a high quality supplementary oxygen device really Worth It? How do you know you're making the best choice? Read this blog to learn about all of the way oxygen can and will effect your lifestyle, and which oxygen device will help you pursue your goals while others may hold you back!
COVID-19 and lung damage is still a very new problem, and while research so far can tell us some of the impacts of COVID-19 on respiratory disease there is still a lot of uncertainty. That being said, it is important to fact-check information that you see on the internet, especially when it comes to something as serious as COVID-19 and lung damage.
Over 16 million Americans knowingly have COPD, meaning they have been diagnosed with COPD and are currently treating their COPD. The harsh reality for all of these people is the COPD has no cure, this progressive disease will stick with you, and if gone untreated take years off of your life. That being said, treating COPD has been heavily researched, and following a treatment plan for your personal diagnosis will increase your life expectancy.
COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a group of progressive lung diseases, the most common being emphysema and chronic bronchitis.