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A new prescription for oxygen therapy comes with all kinds of questions. As you begin to research different oxygen delivery devices, you will encounter a lot of terminology about the equipment itself and how it works. Learning what these new terms mean is essential to understanding how your oxygen equipment works, and knowing whether certain […]

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COPD Holiday Gift Guide

Anticipating holiday gift giving can be fun and exciting, or it can feel surprisingly stressful as you try to choose the perfect gift for someone you care about. If you are choosing a gift for someone with COPD, you might feel unsure about how to choose the right gift. It can be helpful to think […]

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Understanding the Psychological Benefits of Portable Oxygen Therapy

The benefits of oxygen therapy are well-documented. They include reduced fatigue and a better night’s sleep, as many individuals have sleep disorders related to breathing issues, and in the cases of individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), it can help increase lifespan.[1] Of course, these are all powerful benefits, but it’s important to realize […]

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Quietest Portable Oxygen Concentrators

If you are new to oxygen therapy and oxygen concentrators, you probably have a lot of questions about the experience of living with an oxygen concentrator machine. Wondering about the impact of an oxygen concentrator on your daily life is understandable, and it is often a large part of what drives people to choose portable […]

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Emergency Preparedness Tips for People with POCs
COPD Emergency Preparedness

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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Introducing the Inogen One G5

Inogen is pleased to announce the newest innovation in portable oxygen concentrators: The Inogen One G5. The Inogen One G5 is the latest in our Inogen One family of products, offering excellent portability and the ability to get your supplemental oxygen while at home or on the go. The Many Benefits of the Inogen One […]

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What are the Signs, Symptoms and Treatments of Lung Cancer?

Every year, more people die of lung cancer than of colon, breast and prostate cancers combined, making lung cancer the leading cause of cancer death among men and women alike. [1] Despite the grave nature of this disease, many people who receive treatment in the earliest stages of lung cancer are cured. Catching lung cancer […]

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What Symptoms are Associated with Stage III COPD?

If you’ve been diagnosed with Stage III COPD (severe), airflow limitation worsens as your lung function continues to decline. Your forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) is between 30% and 49% of the predicted normal[1]and you’re growing increasingly aware of the impact the disease is having on your life as work and chores around […]

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What Does Stage II COPD Mean?

As chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) worsens, the flow of air to and from your lungs gets increasingly limited making it gradually more difficult to breathe. Once you’ve reached Stage II COPD, otherwise known as moderate COPD, your lung function becomes reduced to between 50% and 79% of the predicted normal.[1]  What else should you […]

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What is Bronchiectasis?

Bronchiectasis is among a group of lung diseases classified as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD. The disease is marked by an abnormal widening and thickening of the large airways (bronchi) of the lungs as a result of chronic inflammation and/or infection. When the airways thicken, excess mucus pools in the widened areas, leading to […]

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