The portable oxygen concentrator AirSep Focus produces the oxygen inside a compact design and allows you to choose up to 5 pulse options settings.
Employs a unique efficient and flexible delivery system of the pulse flow, which allows patients to perform the best of their activities.
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The portable oxygen concentrator (COP), lighter and easier to use
AirSep Focus is, in effect, the lightest portable oxygen concentrator in the world, but it should be specified that its extremely low weight is attributable to two factors:
This device is particularly suitable for patients suffering from mild forms of COPD, emphysema, or asthma, when the flow of oxygen prescribed under stress is not higher than 1 l/min.
AirSep Focus features the UltraSense™ delivery system that provides pulsed more sensitive than other devices, including those with the "sleep" setting. The sophisticated technology embodied in the microprocessor Focus gives you fast and reliable pulsed flow in the initial part of the inspiration phase, when the lungs occurs the highest level of gas exchange. This gives peace of mind that patients are receiving exactly the oxygen we need, when they need them most. Furthermore, unlike any other portable concentrator on the market, the UltraSense™ technology ensures a smooth flow even with cannulas long up to 7,6 m.
Approved by the FAA, the Federal Aviation US institution, the unit AirSep Focus provides oxygen demand and is the ideal solution to the common problem of having an oxygen system that can be transported, without the slightest difficulty.
The micro batteries unit Focus offer a long term in a context of ultra-compact size, easily attachable to the patient's side using a belt strap or even the same unit. Each battery is equipped with an LED display with 25% increments which allows patients to have a clear indication of the state of charge. Patients can simply replace the batteries or charge them to keep moving.
All these power options allow patients to use the portable oxygen concentrator at home or on the move.