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Patient Compliance

Patient compliance with home oxygen therapy is ALWAYS an issue.  The oxygen supplier should work together with the patient’s physician to reinforce the patient’s knowledge of the therapy she will be receiving.  Most important is the patient’s understanding of the need to continue to be complaint with her therapy.
Many patients are embarrassed to be seen in public, particularly when using a cannula and either pulling or carrying a portable oxygen device such as a small cylinder or portable liquid oxygen device.  Generally, the less conspicuous a patient can appear in
public, the more likely she will be to reestablish a more normal lifestyle.
Also, the patient’s ability to evaluate her environment, to follow instructions or to manage her oxygen use may also impact equipment selection.  Some oxygen equipment is more complex than others, and may require greater patient understanding
and responsibility.
The long-term benefits of oxygen cannot be expected without patient compliance. The DME provider plays an important role in maintaining that compliance.

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Ambulatory Devices

Weight and duration of oxygen flow should be primary factors when selecting an ambulatory oxygen unit.  Ambulatory units should weigh less than 10 pounds, be designed to be carried by the patient, and last 4 hours or more at a flow rate of 2 LPM (i.e., M6 or M9 cylinders or small liquid oxygen units).

Most oxygen patients are able to carry up to 8½ pounds easily, but smaller or weaker patients may be better suited with an ambulatory device in the 5-pound range.

Ambulatory devices should come with a conserving device to increase duration.  A conserving device should be selected that can achieve the desired oxygen saturation of at least 90% during the patient’s activities of daily living (ADLs).

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Oxygen Concentrator And Cylinders

A combination of an oxygen concentrator and a compressed gas cylinder is one commonly used home oxygen system.  Although recently small portable concentrators have been introduced to the market, the typical concentrator is the patient’s primary oxygen source while at home, and the cylinder is used when the patient is away from home or as a backup in the event of power failure or equipment malfunction.

For example, oxygen patients often use a medium-size cylinder (i.e., E cylinder) with a standard flow regulator outside the home. One E cylinder running at 2 LPM will last approximately four hours.  When a conserving device is also used, duration can increase to 12 hours or more.  

Other oxygen concentrator patients use a smaller, lighter cylinder (i.e., M6 or M9) with a conserving device while away from home. Most conserving devices extend the use time of a cylinder two to four times that of continuous flow.

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Market Overview

The oxygen therapy device market in the U.S. can be divided as follows, according to
the market consulting firm of Frost & Sullivan:

  • 61% of patents are on concentrators
  • 27% are on liquid systems
  • 7% are on conserving devices
  • 5% are on tanks and regulators

Also, according to Frost & Sullivan, by 2012, the number of ambulatory patients using supplemental oxygen is projected to increase to 70%, while the number of non-ambulatory patients is expected to decrease to 30%.


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