At Medtrade Fall 2016, the OxyGo® booth was a very busy place to be. There was considerable buzz and excitement surrounding the introduction of OxyGo’s newest, smallest, and lightest 3 setting pulse dose concentrator, the OxyGo FIT ™. This latest member of the OxyGo family hit the marketplace in late October and was officially introduced to the homecare world at the Medtrade convention in Atlanta, Georgia.
The OxyGo FIT is small and extremely lightweight. It weighs just 2.8 pounds with a single battery and can operate up to 5.8 hours using a double battery. It measures 5.91” Long, 2.68” wide and 7.2” height. Oxygen output is identical to the OxyGo; 210ml/min at setting 1; 420 ml/min at setting 2 and 630 ml/min at setting 3.
The OxyGo FIT can be powered with AC (100-240 V, 50-60 Hz (auto sensing to allow worldwide use). DC power cable allows for mobile use in the car and charges the battery at all 3 settings. The single battery will operate the OxyGo FIT for up to 2.7 hours.
The OxyGo FIT is quiet and produces 40 decibels at flow setting of 2.
OxyGo concentrators are truly portable because they can be used 24/7. They can accommodate up to 25 feet of tubing, including nasal cannula, and still deliver oxygen to your patient. This is a huge benefit not offered by most other brands. It gives your patients more freedom to roam. I met many attendees at this past Medtrade who had no idea that a concentrator could recognize and deliver a pulse of oxygen from 25 feet away.
The OxyGo FIT, despite its ultra lightweight, has all the features of the OxyGo, including easy-to-remove batteries. And the sieve beds can be easily removed, thereby cutting down on service calls. The OxyGo FIT also has a built in analyzer to measure oxygen output and flow. This makes it easy to make sure manufacturers’ recommendations are being followed.
Today’s patients want small, lightweight, quiet and reliable portable oxygen concentrators. The demand is there and growing. Take a close look at the OxyGo line of portable concentrators. You will not be disappointed and your patients will benefit.
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