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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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Introducing the New Inogen One G3/G5 Cart

The Inogen One Cart is now available to help you transport your Inogen One G3 or Inogen One G5 portable oxygen concentrator units however is most comfortable for you. We heard our customers when they asked for a specially designed cart just for our Inogen One G3 and Inogen One G5 units, so we created […]

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Care and Maintenance of Oxygen Equipment

Regular care and maintenance of your portable oxygen equipment will not only extend the life of your oxygen supplies, but it will guarantee that you’ll receive optimal air flow with uninterrupted service. The following guidelines are recommended by Inogen for oxygen concentrator maintenance on all Inogen One units to keep your oxygen equipment in tip-top […]

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What is Bradypnea?

Bradypnea is a medical term defined as abnormally slow breathing of fewer than 12 breaths per minute. It ordinarily precedes life-threatening conditions such as apnea (cessation of breathing) or respiratory arrest (breathing suddenly stops or is ineffective). Bradypnea is often caused by neurological or metabolic disorders or drug overdoses.[1] Science of the Respiratory System Normal […]

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What is an Incentive Spirometer?

An incentive spirometer is a medical device used to help improve lung function after surgery – especially lung surgery – or after an illness such as pneumonia. It’s also commonly prescribed to patients recovering from heart surgery or any other surgery involving prolonged anesthesia and/or post-operative, in-bed recovery. Purpose of the Incentive Spirometer The incentive […]

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What is Central Sleep Apnea?

Central sleep apnea (CSA) is a type of sleep disorder that causes your breathing to repeatedly stop and start during sleep. It’s associated with significant complications, including frequent nighttime awakenings, excessive daytime sleepiness and an increased risk of problems associated with the heart and circulatory system.[1] If you suspect you or a loved one has central […]

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