Inogen One G3 HF portable oxygen concentrator
For whom is the Inogen One G3 HF suitable?
For the oxygen user that is looking for a lightweight portable oxygen concentrator which supplies a sufficient amount of oxygen. The Inogen One G3 HF can give up to 5 liters of oxygen per minute.
The portable oxygen concentrator Inogen One G3 HF is indicated for patients with the following diseases:
Disorders and acute diseases
- Severe pneumonia. Pneumonia is the infection of one or both lungs. If severe, causes deep inflammation of the alveoli, so that they can not exchange a sufficient amount of oxygen with the blood.
- Severe asthma attacks. Asthma is a lung disease that inflames and does restrict the bronchi. The majority of patients who suffer from asthma, including many children, is able to manage the symptoms safely, however, if asthma attacks are severe, the patient may need admission to hospital for oxygen therapy.
- Respiratory distress syndrome or bronchopulmonary dysplasia in premature infants. Premature infants may suffer from one or both of these serious lung diseases. As part of the therapy, may receive oxygen through a fan or a mask nasal continuous positive pressure, or via nasal cannula.
Disorders and chronic diseases
- COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). COPD is a progressive disease in which the injury to the alveoli prevents the passage of a sufficient amount of oxygen in the blood. The adjective “progressive” means that the disease tends to get worse with the passage of time.
- Severe heart failure. In this disorder, the heart is unable to pump a sufficient amount of oxygen-rich blood to meet the body’s needs.
- Cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis is a hereditary disease of the exocrine glands, including those that produce mucus and sweat. In patients suffering from cystic fibrosis, airways fill with thick, sticky mucus, which facilitates the growth of bacteria, causing severe and recurrent lung infections. With the passage of time, infections can severely damage the lungs.
- Sleep-related breathing disorders that are lowering the level of oxygen during sleep, such as sleep apnea.
- Cluster headache. is a primary neurovascular headache extremely painful. Is recurrent, with active phases alternate with periods of spontaneous remission. These active phases are called “clusters”.
NOTE: The machine is recommended for patients who are breathing under stress up to 5 liters/min real
The Inogen One G3 HF has 5 pulse settings. Every setting roughly compares to 1 liter of oxygen per minute. The sound level of the Inogen One G3 HF is very low! It only produces 39 dB, making it the quietest oxygen concentrator of this size and with this performance.
Your loyal travel companion
The Inogen One G3 HF is incredibly small and lightweight but still delivers great performance! And just like the Inogen One G2 it’s energy-efficient and easy to operate.
Small and lightweight
You will hardly believe your eyes: weighing 2.6 kg including the large battery, the Inogen One G3 HF only measures a length of 27 cm and a height of 24 cm. This makes it the smallest and lightest oxygen concentrator of its kind. Don’t let oxygen therapy hold you from leaving your house! The G3 will empower you to do so. Carry the concentrator in the included carry bag, or in the optional backpack.
The Inogen One G3 is energy efficient. That’s why you can be on the road for up to 9 hours with the large 16 cell battery. If you’re going somewhere by car you can connect the concentrator to your car outlet with the included DC power cable. The Inogen One G3 can be used and charges the battery at the same time. This way you will have a full battery once you arrive at your destination. Of course, the concentrator can also operate on regular mains electricity.
Easy to operate
The Inogen One concentrators are easy to operate. They have an LCD display with light function, so you can read it at all times. We will program the menu to a language of your choice. The display will show the remaining battery life, the current flow setting and any warnings. You can also read the number of hours you have used your concentrator.
The columns of an Inogen One G3 (also known as sieve beds) are easy to change. In these sieves, the nitrogen is filtered from the air, leaving purified oxygen. After some time, it is possible the quality of the columns deteriorates, causing the oxygen concentration to drop. The concentrator will give you a warning 30 days before the columns have to be replaced. You can do so yourself easily. The columns have a life expectancy of 12 to 18 months and have a 6 months warranty. If you get a message to change the sieves within this period, contact with us.
- G3 concentrator
- Large 16 cell battery
- AC Power Supply
- DC Power Cable
- Carry bag
- Nasal cannula
- User manual
- Unprecedented conserver sensitivity
- More O2 delivered as breath rate falls
- Bolus delivery very early in the inspiratory cycle
- No regular maintenance besides regular filter cleaning, replace as needed
- 2 years warranty
- FAA approved
- Manufacturer: Inogen