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Top 3 POC’s for COPD

Top 3 POC’s for COPD

COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is a form of lung disease in which a person’s airflow into and out of the lungs is restricted. People with COPD can have a challenging time breathing in general, and with exertion, they may need supplemental oxygen to breathe easier. Liberty has a few suggestions when it comes to portable oxygen concentrators for COPD patients:


Liberty’s top portable oxygen concentrator for COPD is the Inogen One G3. The Inogen One G3 is
one of the lightest POC’s on the market and has a battery life up to 10 hours on a pulse setting.
When using the Inogen One G3, you don’t have to worry about running out of oxygen since you
have a long battery life and can plug into a wall outlet or even charge on the go with the car
charger. This concentrator is FAA approved, so you can fly at a moments notice should you ever
need to. The G3 is a favorite amongst Liberty customers for its simple interface and elegant


The second portable oxygen concentrator Liberty recommends for COPD is the Respironics
SimplyGo. This concentrator is a 2 in 1 since it does pulse and continuous flow. If you’re looking
for something that can do a pulse flow during the daytime and a continuous flow at night,
you’ve found your match! The SimplyGo is the smallest portable oxygen concentrator on the
market that does both pulse and continuous flow, weighing in at only 10 pounds. With the
option to carry over your shoulder, or roll on a cart, this POC couldn’t be more versatile. You
have the flexibility to go up to 6 liters per minute on pulse or 2 liters per minute on continuous
flow. And when you thought the SimplyGo couldn’t get any better, it’s also FAA approved,
permitting you to fly whenever you need to.


Last but certainly not least, the SeQual Eclipse 5 is the best portable oxygen concentrator for
oxygen users that need 3 liters per minute on continuous flow. The Eclipse is the only portable
oxygen concentrator on the market that goes up to 9 liters per minute on a pulse setting and
has continuous settings up to 3 liters per minute. The Eclipse can be used for daytime and nighttime
use, so it’s great for an all-inclusive oxygen solution. This FAA approved POC also has a
safety feature that not many other concentrators have, if an inspiratory breath is not detected,
the unit will automatically switch to continuous flow to make sure you are always getting

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