Oxygen Concentrator for Rent in Chennai
MedCuore Medical Solutions Provide Oxygen Concentrator for Rent for patients to recover from COVID-19 in Chennai. Flexible and affordable rental plans for those who cannot afford the machine. Buy all the accessories, like Oxygen masks, Nasal Cannula, Filter and Humidifier Bottles at the lowest price.
Oxygen concentrators provide a cost-effective and sustainable source of medical oxygen. Due to COVID-19 hospitals are overcrowded and availability of medical oxygen support is very important.
We offer various brands and models of 5LPM and 10LPM oxygen concentrators at best price in Chennai.
Why Rent from Medcuore?
We are Respiratory Care Engineers, you can consult with us on how to choose the right machine for you just like how you consult doctor for your treatment. Because we know the science behind this machine.
We know how your lung functions so we do know which device is suitable for you
We can understand the therapy prescribed for you by a doctor and guide you to use the machine effectively
How does it work?
It filter surrounding air, compressing it to the required density and then delivering purified medical grade oxygen into a pulse-dose delivery system or continuous stream system to the patient.
Oxygen Concentrator used to treat:
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) Pneumonia
Buy/Rent Best Oxygen Concentrators in Chennai
Philips Everflo Oxygen Concentrator | 5 LPM
Philips EverFlo oxygen concentrators are a trustworthy mode of oxygen therapy. Philips Respironics recognizes the growing demand for low-cost, high-reliability oxygen concentrators that can reduce the cost of oxygen therapy. Features like light weight, low maintenance, lower power consumption, 3 years warranty, long life etc. make Philips Everflo special and one of the best oxygen concentrators in the market.
Respirox Oxygen Concentrator | 5LPM
Respirox oxygen concentrators are suitable for use at home as well as hospitals. It's designed to meet the oxygen needs of people who have lung disease and, as a result, heart disease. It saves energy compared to other brand products in the market. It gives audible and visual alarm in case of failure.
Jumao Oxygen Concentrator | 5LPM
The Jumao 5L stationary oxygen concentrator, which has recently become popular in India, has sparked a lot of interest among Indian buyers, especially in light of the recent severe spike in COVID-19 cases across the country. Power consumption of Jumao 5LPM is 390W which means it consumes 1 unit of electricity every 2 hr 33 min, making it one of the lowest power-consuming concentrators in India.
Oxymed Oxygen Concentrator | 5LPM
OxyMed Oxygen concentrators mini 5LPM it is very useful for those needed oxygen regular basis at home. Oxygen Concentrator comes with 3yrs warranty, Inbuilt Digital Nebulizer, Large LCD display, Alarm for power outage, Low concentration and Low pressure, Easy to maintain, Dual Filters. Delivering oxygen at the flow rate of 0.5-5 LPM with an oxygen purity level of more than 90% at all flow rates, this concentrator has the second-largest dealer network in India
Oxymed Oxygen Concentrator | 10LPM
The Oxymed eco is a medical grade oxygen concentrator. Oxymed Oxygen Concentrator 10ltrs is the best choice for hospitals because it does not require oxygen refills, is low maintenance, is affordable, and has a multi-user capability. The Oxymed 10ltr oxygen concentrator is also suitable for home use s it is the quietest oxygen machine on the market, with a sound level <55db.
Frequently asked questions
What is an Oxygen Concentrator?
An oxygen concentrator is a type of oxygen administration device used to treat a variety of respiratory ailments including COPD and cystic fibrosis. Oxygen concentrators are similar to oxygen tanks in that they deliver medical grade oxygen which is inspired via a nasal cannula or oxygen mask. Concentrators were introduced around the 1970s and portable versions became more widely available in the early 2000s. The key difference between concentrators and oxygen tanks is that oxygen concentrators contain no compressed oxygen or liquid of any kind. As a result, oxygen concentrators don’t have many of the safety risks that are commonly associated with compressed oxygen. They’re also much easier to use and less costly which has made them popular as a long-term treatment option for many pulmonary diseases.
How Does an Oxygen Concentrator Work?
Earth’s atmosphere contains about 78 percent nitrogen, 21 percent oxygen, and the remaining 1 percent is made up of a variety of other gases. For someone with healthy lungs, this is enough oxygen, but for someone with impaired lung function, a higher concentration of oxygen is needed. An oxygen concentrator is designed to take in air, remove the nitrogen and distribute a higher grade of oxygen. In COPD patients, this can reduce shortness of breath, chronic pain, and improve overall quality of life.
How Do I Maintain It?
- Disinfecting masks/nasal cannula and humidifier bottle (if used)
Replace Humidifier Water Daily
Disinfect the humidifier bottle weekly and between patients
Make sure the intake and the exhaust of the machine are not blocked. Do not place it against a wall(1,5). The machine should be used in a well-ventilated room. Clean Outer Filter Twice a Week
Clean the outer filter up to twice a week by washing with soapy water and drying. You can exchange it with an extra filter to use the machine while cleaning the filter(1,3). Refer to the product manual for guidance on how to remove the air filter.