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VisionAire5 Sationary O2 Concentrator

Simple to use and virtually maintenance-free, the AirSep VisionAire stationary oxygen concentrator is CAIRE’s tried and trusted workhorse in delivering long-term oxygen therapy to our patients. Lightweight, quiet and power efficient, this stationary oxygen concentrator is the must-have for your home or facility oxygen delivery needs.

Freestyle Comfort Portable O2 Concentrator

Offer your patients a new standard in portable oxygen. With smart oxygen delivery, unmatched comfort and a durable design, you can expand your patients’ comfort zone. The FreeStyle Comfort has the power to let patients stay out all day long with greater flexibility to increase flow rates as prescriptions change. Patented smart oxygen delivery features ensure they get the oxygen they need, when they need it. Its lightweight, curved design hugs the body for patient comfort and is proven to be reliable. Keep your patients saturated, active and healthy with this innovative and powerful device.

FreeStyle Comfort Portable Oxygen Concentrator by CAIRE (1)
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Eclipse5 Transportable O2 Concentrator

The Eclipse 5 combines portability with clinical efficiency to treat a wide variety of your patients’ needs, no matter the range of their activity levels – giving them the freedom to travel and enjoy life on the go. Suitable for use 24/7 use, this all-in-one oxygen therapy device can provide continuous flow from 0.5 to 3 LPM (Liters Per Minute) and pulse doses up to a setting of 9.

NewLife Intensity10 Stationary Oxygen Concentrator

The revolutionary high velocity therapy delivered by the HVT 2.0 could help reduce hospital costs of care by avoiding ICU admissions. While all hospitals are different and complex, the patients treated with high velocity therapy in a large, randomized trial spent less time in the ICU than patients treated with NiPPV.  Those high velocity therapy patients spent more time on the Medical Floor and in Step-Down units.

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