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When it comes to oxygen concentrators, Inogen, Inc. is a company that continuously puts out high-quality and reliable products. The latest product in their “G” series of portable oxygen concentrators, the Inogen One G5, is just one example of how their hard work and innovation has improved the lives of countless respiratory patients around the world.
If you’ve been tuning into our blog the last couple weeks, you probably read our post comparing the Inogen G5 and the Inogen G3. In this post, we showed you some of the key differences between the units that you may not have known such as their size, weight, and battery life.
If you’re someone who wants to get the most out of your electronic devices, you need to keep them in the best condition possible. For example, if you purchase a smartphone, you should do your best to keep the charging port clean, prevent the screen from cracking, and avoid overheating the device.
Traveling the world is something that just about everyone dreams of doing at one point or another. Whether you’re planning a road trip, cruise, or a flight, there are endless opportunities available to you. However, if you want to turn your dreams into a reality, you need to be smart about how you plan.
With so many great oxygen concentrators on the market these days, we can’t blame you for taking the time to find the perfect one. Oxygen concentrator companies like Respironics, ResMed, and Inogen have taken the industry by storm, providing COPD patients with competitive pricing, quality, and efficiency.
If you keep up with our blog here at LPT Medical, you’ll know that last week we crowned the Inogen One G5 with the title “The Best Portable Oxygen Concentrator of 2020.” As you can imagine, we don’t take this title lightly.
Around this time each year, friends and family all across the country come together to celebrate the Holidays. It’s the perfect time to make plans for the new year and give thanks for everything that’s happened in the past year.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) affects millions of people around the world. It’s a lung disease characterized by difficulty breathing, coughing, wheezing, chest pain, and more. While there is no cure for COPD, its symptoms can be reduced significantly by following a strict treatment plan designed by your doctor.
Oxygen concentrators are one of the most reliable and effective treatments for COPD, pneumonia, cystic fibrosis and a host of other medical conditions. But like any other machine on the market, oxygen concentrators and portable oxygen concentrators can malfunction. The great news is that there is a host of helpful information out there to get your device working for you again.