When battling a breathing condition, you need the help that will be most effective to your unique situation. People of different ages and conditions have different needs, and that is why it is so important not to look for the best oxygen concentrator on the market, but for the best oxygen concentrator for your needs. The first step in finding that is considering your unique situation and all of your needs. Ask yourself: How will I be using the concentrator? How do I want it to improve my life?

Find the oxygen concentrator for your needs by fully examining your own life and considering the following:

Home vs. Portable

The first step in finding an oxygen concentrator is determining if you need portable, stationary, or both.

Portable oxygen is clinically validated for 24/7 use. In other words, if the amount of oxygen is sufficient, you can use a portable oxygen concentrator all throughout the day and night. The delivery adjusts automatically when breathing changes from periods of rest to periods of activity, or vice versa.

If the oxygen output required exceeds that which is available from portable oxygen concentrators, it’s time to also look at a home oxygen therapy solution.

Part of what will determine what concentrator you need is the oxygen output you require. This is an amount, usually prescribed by a doctor measured in liters per minute.

Home Oxygen

Home oxygen therapy is the right choice for an oxygen user requiring heavier doses of oxygen for a stationary environment.

At Home delivers 5 liters per minute of continuous flow oxygen. Despite that power, it remains quiet and efficient. At 18 pounds, the At Home weighs more than its portable oxygen counterparts, but remains incredibly light for a stationary unit. Some comparable stationary units weigh almost double that.

The At Home does allow for portability within the home, so that you never feel tied down to one room or spot.