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Hello. Have stage 4 COPD and I wish to purchase an portable

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Hello.
Have stage 4 COPD and I wish to purchase an portable concentrator of my own but I need some advice on which model is the best and where to purchase one.
Any help would be appreciated.

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Feb 8

Thank you, April.

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Feb 20

I've had an Inogen One G 3 for about 18 months. It weighs 4.8 lbs, nice carry case and not very loud. I've had no problems with it. It can be used on commercial airlines - so it allowed me to fly from the west coast to the east for my son's college graduation. I bought mine online (I don't know if they have retail stores) www.Inogen.com. You can peruse at your leisure.

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Mar 15

I highly recommend the Inogen G3 or G4 depending on your prescribed liter flow. G3 is good for 2L or less G4 for up to 5L. HAVE to get the battery upgrade on either unit and highly recommend purchasing extra battery. I live in Alabama and got mine from Hyde medical Supply 205-625-6334. They said they ship as well.
Also I get my cannula's from www.DollarCannulaClub.com b/c they have the SuperSoft cannula's that don't hurt my nose.

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