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Traveling with OxyGo NEXT!

By Brittany Fichter
November 20, 2019 Category: News, Popular

Traveling with OxyGo NEXT is straightforward and simple. One reason is it so easy to travel with is because it meets all the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements for use onboard an airline. Tip: Check with Your Airline Before Your Flight It is important to note that all airlines have their own requirements when it comes to traveling with a POC. Prior to travel, you should check the website of the airline you are using, whether its a large carrier or a small regional airline. On their website they will have a section on traveling with medical equipment. There you can find the forms you will need to prepare before your travels. This usually includes release forms from your physician for a prescription. Make Sure to Have Extra Batteries Generally, airlines require that you have 1 times as much battery life as the length of the trip. With the OxyGo NEXT thats no worry! The extended battery life and effortless battery removal to switch to another battery means you can

OxyGo Celebrates 5th Anniversary

By Brittany Fichter
October 14, 2019 Category: News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 14, 2019 Orlando, FL:OxyGo LLC, a leader in the portable oxygen concentrator market celebrated their 5th anniversary this past Friday. In 2014 OxyGo launched its first portable oxygen concentrator, to meet the needs of todays portable oxygen patients. Five years later, OxyGo has three different units and has been rated the best POC for three years in a row by a Needham Company report. Five years ago, we entered a highly competitive market, but we knew we had something very different and special to offer, said Victoria Marquard-Schultz, OxyGo, CEO. Since then we have continued to make it our mission to provide patients as well as providers with the very best POCs on the market.. OxyGo offers an original 5-setting concentrator, OxyGo FIT weighing only 2.8lbs, and OxyGo NEXT. The NEXT is the latest unit which came out this year and it is setting the standard for portable oxygen concentrators. At only 4.7 pounds, and with 6 flow settings, the OxyGo NEXT

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Traveling with OxyGo NEXT!

By Brittany Fichter
November 20, 2019 Category: News, Popular

Traveling with OxyGo NEXT is straightforward and simple. One reason is it so easy to travel with is because it meets all the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements for use onboard an airline. Tip: Check with Your Airline Before Your Flight It is important to note that all airlines have their own requirements when it comes to traveling with a POC. Prior to travel, you should check the website of the airline you are using, whether its a large carrier or a small regional airline. On their website they will have a section on traveling with medical equipment. There you can find the forms you will need to prepare before your travels. This usually includes release forms from your physician for a prescription. Make Sure to Have Extra Batteries Generally, airlines require that you have 1 times as much battery life as the length of the trip. With the OxyGo NEXT thats no worry! The extended battery life and effortless battery removal to switch to another battery means you can

OxyGo Celebrates 5th Anniversary

By Brittany Fichter
October 14, 2019 Category: News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 14, 2019 Orlando, FL:OxyGo LLC, a leader in the portable oxygen concentrator market celebrated their 5th anniversary this past Friday. In 2014 OxyGo launched its first portable oxygen concentrator, to meet the needs of todays portable oxygen patients. Five years later, OxyGo has three different units and has been rated the best POC for three years in a row by a Needham Company report. Five years ago, we entered a highly competitive market, but we knew we had something very different and special to offer, said Victoria Marquard-Schultz, OxyGo, CEO. Since then we have continued to make it our mission to provide patients as well as providers with the very best POCs on the market.. OxyGo offers an original 5-setting concentrator, OxyGo FIT weighing only 2.8lbs, and OxyGo NEXT. The NEXT is the latest unit which came out this year and it is setting the standard for portable oxygen concentrators. At only 4.7 pounds, and with 6 flow settings, the OxyGo NEXT

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