Zen-O lite portable oxygen concentrator from GCE Healthcare is now available from your local distributor or home oxygen provider. Zen-O lite is designed to help people with respiratory disorders such as COPD, to gain greater freedom of movement and live more actively.
Zen-O lite weighs only 2.5 kg and is specially designed for users with an active lifestyle who require long-term oxygen treatment (LTOT). The device is well-suited for everyday use and is very compact and easy to use, yet robust enough to deliver up to 1 050 ml of oxygen per minute in pulse mode.
For patients who need more oxygen, there’s the Zen-OTM, which was launched in January 2016. It has a higher output of 2litres of oxygen per minute and is also portable at 4.66kg (10lbs).
Mike Galvin, Managing Director of GCE Healthcare, said: “The Zen-O Lite™ extends our homecare product range to provide more choice and freedom for patients with respiratory disorders. Zen-O Lite™ is one of the lightest and quietest portable oxygen devices on the market and will help patients who are more active to continue to be mobile and do the activities they love.”
Both Zen-O Lite™ and Zen-O are simple to operate and come with a battery, DC and AC power cords, and a carry bag, a pull cart (Zen-O only) plus a three-year device warranty. They are also easy to maintain, with sieve modules that are easily replaced in the field, avoiding the need to return the device to a service centre, which in turn reduces the cost of ownership for home oxygen providers.
“Zen-O Lite™ and Zen-O represent a major investment in high-quality innovative products by our parent company, GCE Group, in GCE Healthcare’s homecare business,” added Mike Galvin. “The design of the products is led by our dedicated engineering team at our Innovation Centre in St Helens, UK and manufactured in the UK and USA to relevant, international standards. As part of GCE Group’s global supply chain, we’re also able to deliver our range, parts and accessories, efficiently and promptly.”
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