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Oxygen Systems & Equipment

Venture Home Fill System

Includes a transfill component and station that connects to your concentrator so you can fill your own oxygen tanks at home with ease.

Weighing less than 5 pounds it is easy to carry over the shoulder or around the hips. 

(includes an oxygen conserver and a unique concentrator which has the special ability to refill portable oxygen cylinders--for patients who qualify)

Total O2 System

Combining a transfill system and concentrator this system makes it easier to maneuver around for travel.

(Includes an oxygen conserver and a unique concentrator which has the special ability to refill portable oxygen cylinders--for patients who qualify)

Helios System

A two part system that includes the home liquid reservoir, that stores liquid oxygen and a portable oxygen unit that is a built-in conserving device allowing oxygen to only be delivered when you breathe in.

Portable Helios size can range from 10"-15" in height. They can last from 10-20 hours at a setting of 2 depending on which type you have.

Portable oxygen therapy can provide increased physical fitness and greater independence.

(Includes a liquid reservoir with a refillable, ultra-lightweight--for highly active patients who qualify)

Oxygen Concentrator

An oxygen concentrator is an electrically powered device with a series of filters that extract oxygen from the air in a room. There is a back up system, usually a stationary compressed gas system that must always accompany a concentrator in case of power failure or other emergency. Regular household current is sufficient for its use.

Gaseous Oxygen

A stationary gaseous system consists of a regulator that attaches to a cylinder held securely by a stand. The regulator controls the rate of flow of oxygen to the patient using a flow meter and indicates pounds of pressure in the cylinder with a pressure gauge. Tubing connects to the regulator on one end and attaches to a mask or nasal cannula on the other.

A portable gaseous system consists of a regulator, which also attaches to the cylinder. A regulator designed for portable systems may or may not control the rate of flow of oxygen. As with a stationary system, tubing connects to the regulator and to a mask or cannula. A portable unit also includes a cart or carrying case.

Liquid Oxygen

A stationary liquid oxygen system includes a reservoir in which oxygen is stored, a flow meter, connecting tubing, and a mask or nasal cannula. It consists of a large main tank and one or two portable units. The portable units are used as needed for traveling outside the home. This system does not require electricity or need a motor to operate. These units must be filled by one of our patient service technicians on a biweekly or monthly basis. High liter flow or very active patients may require this system.

A patient is taught to fill the portable directly from the stationary unit. The portable functions in much the same manner as the stationary system.