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What is Breathlessness? [Infographic]

If you are struggling to breathe, you might say you are feeling breathless or short of breath, but what does that mean? View the infographic below to learn about breathlessness and how Inogen’s TAV can boost your oxygen intake.     Share this Image On Your Site <p><strong>Please include attribution to https://www.inogen.com/ with this graphic.</strong><br […]

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What Is The Inogen Tidal Assist Ventilator?

Imagine you’re able to go up a full flight of stairs or go for a long walk with a friend without finding yourself feeling exhausted and breathless afterward. Feel like you are past this point already? Not necessarily. Believe it or not, doing these things without feeling breathless is still possible with the help of […]

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9 Emergency Preparedness Tips for People with POCs

Around the world, we have seen an increase in the frequency of natural disasters in the last few years. From hurricanes and tornadoes to flooding and earthquakes to the increase in widespread wildfires, each of these emergency situations comes with the risk of extended power outages and potential displacement. For most people, power outages are […]

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4 Common COPD Myths Debunked

A new diagnosis can be overwhelming and it can often feel difficult to find the right information. There is always a sea of misinformation available about any health condition, so if you are newly diagnosed with anything, it is essential that you seek out clear and accurate information to help you cope with your diagnosis […]

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5 Steps to Qualifying for Home Oxygen Therapy

If you think you have a health condition that would benefit from oxygen therapy and you are interested in getting oxygen at home, talk to your doctor about whether you meet the criteria for oxygen therapy. Ask about how to get an oxygen tank for home use, about home O2 requirements and anything else you […]

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How Does a Lung X-ray Work?

A lung X-ray, also known as a chest X-ray, is a very common radiology test that uses a small amount of radiation to produce an image of the internal structures within the chest, including the heart, lungs, blood vessels and bones.[1] How X-rays Work Once aimed at the body part being studied, X-rays work by […]

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