Oxygen Concentrator On Rent in Delhi
Oxygen Concentrator on Rent in Delhi available now
Recognizing the current trends in the medical health ecosystem, we at Healthy Jeena Sikho have come up with Oxygen Concentrator machine on rent to serve our audience better.
Oxygen Concentrator (5L) on rent in New Delhi will cost Rs 5000 per month, which should mostly be the requirement for most cases.
Get Oxygen Concentrator on rent from our store in Jungpura, New Delhi - which allows us to serve the neighboring locations like Vasant Kunj, Lajpat Nagar, Chhatarpur, Sainik Farm, Saket, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, South Delhi, New Friends Colony, Defence Colony, South Extension, Sundar Nagar, Moolchand, Kalkaji, Safdarjung, Nizamuddin, Chitranjan Park, Delhi.
Aging population, incidence of respiratory issues enhanced with poor AQI levels, extreme temperature dips in cold chilly winters of North India and of course, pandemic situations caused by Covid like disease, have created high incidence of Lung related ailments.
The idea is to assist the hardships faced in choosing the right equipment, with necessary backing of highest level of quality. We have got it all covered with BiPAP, cPAP, DVT pump, 5L Oxygen concentrator, 10L Oxygen Concentrator for all respiratory issues. We also give assurance of after sales service, making it available by enough inventory management analytics based on demand forecasting. Healthy Jeena Sikho brings the much-required feature of "easy pay plans like Oxygen concentrator on rent" in addition to the outright sale model.
Read on to find out all about the product and use of Oxygen concentrator. Also, understand the simple facts that makes it a completely non-invasive Life support system for ailing patients.
Thanks to the field of medicine’s great advancements, the oxygen concentrators today are compact, small, quiet and lightweight, but still provide the utmost compliance and high performance. Older oxygen concentrators are bulky and heavy, making it difficult for patients requiring oxygen therapy while travelling or outside their home.
Today, you can choose from at-home stationary concentrators and portable oxygen concentrators (POCs), which can go wherever you go easily.
What is an Oxygen Concentrator?
As per a very simple definition, as provided by Wikipedia,
"An oxygen concentrator takes in air and removes nitrogen from it, leaving an oxygen enriched gas for use by people requiring medical oxygen due to low oxygen levels in their blood"
In general Oxygen Concentrators is a type of Medical Device that helps in delivering oxygen to patients with respiratory disorders, for example, Asthma, breathing problems coming with climate change, COPD, Pneumonia, etc. On the other hand, people with low oxygen concentration in their bloodstream require assistance to manage breathing through Oxygen Concentrators.
There was a time when the only available source for patients having breathing problems was through the bulky oxygen tanks. However, these too being very effective, the only problem was the regular visit of the suppliers to replenish the oxygen tanks regularly.
One should remember that these are not available for over the counter purchases. Get a doctor's prescription for easy buy. A doctor must prescribe it after they’ve completed a thorough medical evaluation. Further, the doctor gives all the direction for its effective usage.
What are the Uses and Reasons for an Oxygen Concentrator?
There are many reasons for an oxygen concentrator and doctors can recommend oxygen support to their patients for various medical conditions. Typically, your lungs absorb the air’s oxygen, transferring it into your bloodstream.
If you’ve had bloodwork or pulse oximetry recently performed to assess your oxygen saturation levels, and you were found to have low levels of blood oxygen, your doctor may recommend short-term or long-term oxygen therapy.
You’re probably wondering what is an oxygen concentrator used for? Acute conditions usually require short-term oxygen therapy. These conditions normally run for a short period of time. They may have a sudden onset of symptoms versus chronic conditions where things occur gradually. However, some respiratory or chronic conditions require long-term oxygen supplementation.
Acute Conditions Requiring an Oxygen Concentrator
A few examples of acute conditions where you would need the use of an oxygen concentrator for short-term oxygen therapy are:
This condition is where your airways become inflamed and begin producing a lot of mucus, which makes it harder to breathe. While there are a number of pharmaceuticals that can treat and control asthma, an oxygen concentrator can pump high levels of oxygen into the bloodstream of the patient while they’re having or have already had an asthma attack.
Pneumonia is an infection where you develop inflammation in either one or both of your lungs’ air sacs and in many cases, fill them up with fluid. Many pneumonia patients have been prescribed oxygen therapy and have seen good clinical outcomes.
Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS):
RDS is a breathing disorder mostly affecting new-borns, particularly those who are born six or more weeks before their delivery date. New-borns suffering from RDS don’t create enough surfactant (a lung coating liquid), causing their lungs to collapse and making them work harder to breathe. Oxygen therapy using oxygen concentrators help pump oxygen into the babies’ bloodstream and lungs to reduce further complications.
Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD):
New-borns suffering from RDS also have a higher risk of developing BPD. This is a severe lung condition requiring long-term breathing support.
In some cases, after surgery, you may need oxygen for a short period of time.
Chronic Diseases that Require Oxygen Therapy
Some chronic conditions requiring long-term oxygen concentrator uses are:
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD):
COPD affects around 16 million people, but an oxygen concentrator can be an effective treatment. When you have COPD, you have chronic lung damage which makes it difficult for your lungs to absorb enough oxygen. As a result, you can have difficulty breathing, and oxygen therapy through a concentrator can help.
You inherit this life-threatening condition. It causes digestive system and lung damage. It’s a rare condition that affects the body’s cells responsible for producing mucus, sweat and digestive juices. The fluids are changed which result in a stickier, thicker solution that plugs the ducts, tubes, and passageways of the individual infected.
Sleep Apnea is a sleeping disorder that can be serious and cause the individual’s breathing to sporadically stop and start during their sleep. Usually, treatment for this condition is continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), weight loss and physical exercise, though some people with sleep apnoea may require oxygen therapy.
How Does an Oxygen Concentrator Work?
Just like a window AC, an oxygen concentrator takes in the surrounding air. It then compresses the air and eliminates Nitrogen in the process of purification. This is done with the help of sieve beds and special filters.
Oxygen concentrators 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.
The pulse dose mode is usually used for daytime use, as it delivers air via the cannula when you inhale. Concentrators with pulse dose technology also are more compact in design and offer a longer battery life. On the other hand, the continuous flow mode delivers a constant air flow via the tubes. For people who need oxygen while they sleep, this mode is the best option.
The purified 93% concentrated oxygen is then delivered to the patient through an oxygen mask or nasal cannula.
You generally measure the oxygen concentrator output in LPM (litres per minute). Your doctor will determine what level of oxygen you need, which may vary at rest, during sleep, and when you exercise.
The process is as under:
Compressing air as the cooling mechanism keeps the concentrator from becoming overheated
Taking air in from its surroundings
Using an electronic interface to adjust delivery settings
Removing nitrogen from the air through sieve beds and a filter
Delivering purified oxygen through a mask or nasal cannula
Benefits of Using an Oxygen Concentrator
Both portable and home oxygen concentrators have numerous advantages for those patients needing oxygen therapy. They are much less dangerous than traditional oxygen cylinders, which can, if ruptured or leaking, cause or increase the combustion rate of fire. Oxygen concentrators, on the other hand, pose no such danger. Home and portable oxygen concentrators that can "make" their own oxygen have become more popular and widely used than old-fashioned oxygen tanks.
The other main benefit is the ease and increased ability to be mobile with oxygen. Portable oxygen concentrators provide the necessary oxygen anywhere the user goes, even on aero planes.
Using an Oxygen Concentrators can provide with certain benefits of:
Does not require refilling
Easy to operate
Portable, thus can be moved easily
Non-invasive, therefore it is not at all painful
Provides up to 93% Concentrated Oxygen, hence promote easy breathing
What Key Features to check before buying Oxygen Concentrator?
1.Capacity in Litre : 5 Litre to 100 Litre
2.Oxygen Flow : Per minute output - variable - 0.5 L to 5 L - typical defined by capacity and adjustable as per need of the patient. Important parameter.
3.Nebulizer : Typical add-on for the patients having breathing issues - is a big plus (its optional for few models and comes as a standard with few models)
4.Oxygen concentration output : Very important to have 93% or more. Do check!
5.Battery Backup : For those times, when suddenly power goes Or when patients need to be transported. It is not a standard feature as yet, but a big plus for those models which have it. It’s a Big plus for peace of mind. Typical backup provided is 1 hour, good enough for most cases.
6.Portability : As the name suggests, the ability to easily move and take from one room to another makes Oxygen concentrator Portable. Whether you are buying it out or renting out, its one feature you should weigh upon when making a choice. This typically is achieved by weight considerations and / or by having wheels in the oxygen concentrator.
7.Touch Panel : Ease of operation is achieved by providing ease to use display panel, having touch-based operations.
8.Noise Level : Those in suffering, are a bit more restless and most sounds irritate them. Having an Oxygen concentrator in the room, for sure would have a Noise Level (it's constantly sucking in air and concentrating it, pumping into the output valve). Do check upon a good acceptable level Noise level 45 dB or so is acceptable. Most models are in the range of 50 dB (Higher the dB level, higher the Noise)
9.Warranty : It’s very important point from the total cost of ownership point of view. You must insist and get clarity on Oxygen concentrator Warranty to be at least 2 to 3 years.
Safety and Protection Features
Low Oxygen Alarm
Oxygen Pressure protection Alarm
Power Off Alarm
Faulty compressor Alarm
Pressure Faulty Alarm
How to Use an Oxygen Concentrator
If you don’t know how to use an oxygen concentrator yet, you may think it’s difficult. However, the process is so simple that anyone can do it. You just need to set up the machine properly, turn it on, and adjust it to the prescribed flow rate before putting on your mask or nasal cannula.
There are just a few things to keep in mind. Remember to:
The oxygen concentrator must be a foot or two away from furniture
Start the machine 15 to 20 minutes prior to the use so that it can distribute an accurate concentration of air
Smooth out any bends in the tubing before beginning the treatment
If you want low levels of oxygen, you can use the mask. However, for high levels, insert the nasal cannula.
What Types of Oxygen Concentrators are Available and Cost of Oxygen Concentrator?
Doctors often prescribe oxygen therapy for acute conditions like asthma and pneumonia or chronic illness like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis, and sleep apnea. The cost depends on the type of machine you need.
We at Healthy Jeena Sikho provide a variety of Oxygen Concentrators. The cost of Oxygen concentrator is Rs 45,000 for 5L capacity.
MULTI-FUNCTION OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR
The new EVOX-5s version is a smart Touch multifunctional oxygen concentrator
It has been specially developed to provide a dependable, convenient source of supplemental oxygen for therapeutic needs.
Includes Nebulizer function, Individual nebulizer outlet
Large LED Display
Oxygen Purity Display
5L OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR WITH BATTERY BACKUP
The world’s first battery operated 5LPM@93% Oxygen Concentrator
The world’s NO 1 Oxygen Output Purity Fluctuation rate controlled within 0.1%.
Automatic heavy humidity removes molecular sieve
Independent Oxygen outlet & nebulizer outlet system
Child Lock settings
SINGLE & DOUBLE FLOW OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR
The best touch operates multi-functional units
All can be with 93%+3% oxygen purity output
Oxygen Purity Display by Numbers (Accuracy 00.0%)
Large 6 LED Display all functional data
Accumulated total running hours
Special Features Only provided by EVOX Technology
The world’s NO. 1 Oxygen Output Purity Fluctuation rate controlled with 0.1%
Automatic heavy humidity removes molecular sieve
Durable use for environment areas at high temperature (45C, high altitude(4500m).
HIGH PRESSURE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR- 5L/8L/10L/15L/20L/40L/100L
Oxygen Pressure is adjustable from 0.14Mpa to 0.6 (1.4bar to 6bar)
Oxygen Purity Display by Numbers (Accuracy 00.0%)
Large 6’ LED Light Display all functional data
Accumulated total running hours
With wheels, easily movable
Special Features only provided by EVOX Technology
The world’s NO. 1 Oxygen Output Purity Fluctuation rate controlled within 0.1%
Automatic heavy humidity removes molecular sieve
Durable use for environment areas at high temperature (45degree C, high altitude(4500mm)
Healthy Jeena Sikho comes with easy Rentals and Buying options. Also, if you or your loved one needs an oxygen concentrator, contact us for a professional consultation. We’ll assess your needs and answer all your questions about the cost of an oxygen concentrator.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q-Why would anyone need an Oxygen concentrator ?
Ans- Typically, Oxygen concentrator is recommended when Oxygen Level in Blood stream goes down below 95% (SpO2 level), by a qualified doctor. Simple Pulse Oximeter is used to check the Oxygen level in the blood stream, in a non-invasive manner.
Q-Is Oxygen concentrator ONLY solution to Lung issues?
Ans- Well, a qualified doctor would only decide on the course of action. But typically, lungs could have small issues to enhanced issues. Pls check out our detailed video on this subject.
Q-What is the cost of Oxygen Concentrator?
Ans- Cost of Oxygen Concentrator is Rs 45000 for the 5L option.
Q-How difficult is it to install Oxygen Concentrator at home?
Ans- Its extremely easy to operate and install Oxygen Concentrator. Of course, first time an Engineer would do the basic installation and operating guidelines. But its no more than operating any electronic gadget, with simple touch panel based operations.
Q. Does the patient's body get dependent on oxygen concentrator if used continuously?
Ans. No, the patient's body get dependent on oxygen concentrator if used continuously.
Q. What is the oxygen flow in an oxygen concentrator?
Ans. The oxygen flow in an oxygen concentrator can range from 5 - 10 litres/ minute.
Q. What should be the flow rate of oxygen concentrator?
Oxygen Concentrators commonly produce 3, 5, 8 or 10 LPM (litres/minute) continuous flow output, though some may produce 10 or more LPM (litres/minute). All devices should have an adjustable flowmeter.
Q. Do oxygen concentrators provide 100% oxygen?
An oxygen concentrator receives the surrounding air, filters out nitrogen to retain oxygen, and then supplies it through the nozzle. Oxygen concentrators are usually capable of delivering 90 to 95 percent pure oxygen. They deliver air in a continuous or intermittent flow depending on the settings its tuned to.
Q. Do oxygen concentrators run out of oxygen?
The ability of oxygen concentrators to continuously draw in and treat air ensures that, unlike oxygen tanks, the concentrator will never run out of oxygen.
Q-What does the Oxygen Concentrator really do?
Ans- Oxygen Concentrator is a very useful , non invasive machine. It simply takes normal room air (21% Oxygen , 78% Nitrogen) and gives an output of concentrated
oxygen - 93-95% Oxygen enriched Air for easing breathing issues.
Q-What does Oxygen Concentrator Capacity mean?
Ans- Oxygen Concentrator capacity is the Output flow of in Litre per minute.
Thus 5L Capacity Oxygen Concentrator would be able to process and provide 5L per minute of Pure Oxygen at full speed. You typically have a knob to control the flow, as desired, lower than the maximum defined capacity.
Q- What is the rent of Oxygen Concentrator?
Ans- Rent of Oxygen Concentrator is Rs 6000 per month for the 5L model.
Q-What is the process of getting a Oxygen Concentrator on rent?
Ans - We provide Oxygen Concentrator on rent in New Delhi, Delhi - this allows us to serve the neighbouring locations like Vasant Kunj, Lajpat Nagar, Chhatarpur, Sainik Farm, Saket, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, South Delhi, New Friends Colony, Defence Colony, South Extension, Sundar Nagar, Moolchand, Kalkaji, Safdarjung, Nizamuddin, Delhi.
We provide deliveries within 2-3 hours.
You need to pay the advance rent for the month, freight charges (both sides), security deposit and basic KYC documents.
Q-What are various products from Healthy Jeena Sikho?
Ans- Healthy Jeena sikho has wide range of Home Health Care Solutions. Once you are back from hospital after any surgery and need more attention to ease into normal life, we have it all sorted out for you. From Caregiving services to physiotherapist at home to most of he modern medical equipment, we have it covered under one place. All these are available on rent and also on outright sale basis.
1. We have our own factory for hospital beds and are equipped to customise as per specific needs also. We have entire range of manual Hospital Bed (Semi-fowler and full fowler) and Electric Hospital Bed, from one function motorised hospital bed to 3-function motorised bed to even ICU grade 5-function Motorised bed.
2. We have full range of wheelchairs from manual wheelchairs and motorised wheelchair. We have close to 25 models, fitting into most requirements.
3. We have wide range of mattress from high quality branded, medical grade from Sleepwell to high density medical grade mattress with single cut to four fold mattress. We also provide air mattress to sort out bed sores for patients.
4. We have range of medical equipment like Oxygen Concentrator, BiPAP, cPAP, ventilator, Suction pump, DVT pump, walkers, over bed table, and other hospital furniture.