Oxygen Conservers

Oxygen conserving devices control the flow of oxygen from the oxygen source to the patient. They release oxygen only when the patient inhales, which dramatically increases the amount of time a patient can use the oxygen supply. This offers patients increased mobility and comfort from avoiding a continuous flow of oxygen into the nostrils. Oxygen conserving devices help make oxygen therapy more efficient, more portable and less intrusive.
Oxygen conservers attach to the top of your tank and come in two styles. Either a pneumatic conserver which works off the air pressure or battery operated oxygen conserver. The conserving regulators usually help your oxygen tank last about 5 times as long as with a continuous oxygen regulator at the same flow rate.

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