You don’t need to be a respiratory expert, that’s what we are here for.
Alpine Home Medical offers an extended line of home care oxygen and respiratory equipment.
List Of Oxygen And Respiratory Services
Educational CPAP Setup Classes
We offer CPAP Setup classes for every individual who is going home with CPAP equipment for the first time. Our highly trained Respiratory Therapists teach you everything you will need to know about your at-home therapy.
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An oxygen cylinder is an oxygen tank that stores pressurized oxygen, and the capacity of a standard D sized cylinder is about 400 liters
An oxygen concentrator draws oxygen from the air, and concentrates the oxygen into 90% – 95% purity. There is no refilling or top up required for an oxygen concentrator, and it requires a power supply to operate.
A Portable Oxygen Concentrator, or POC, has a rechargeable internal battery, and can be operated via power supply as well. Usually the POC works on a pulse dose basis and delivers oxygen when a breath is detected.
Yes, the POC was designed to be brought together during travels such as road trips or overseas air travel. The POC is FAA approved and can be taken on board an aircraft. However, please seek approval with the various airlines that you are traveling on.
Most likely, yes. Alpine Home Medical accepts most major insurances plans in both Utah and Idaho. You are welcome to check out our insurance page to check for your insurance.
Oxygen Equipment Instructions
At Alpine Home Medical, we’re committed to helping you breath easily and safely. To learn about guidelines about oxygen concentrators, HomeFill compressor, and Portable Oxygen Cylinder, please click the link below.