by Frederick B. Morgan
On-site oxygen concentrators (a.k.a. generators) have grown in popularity over the past few years as an attractive and low-cost alternative to using high-pressure oxygen cylinders or liquid oxygen as the primary source of oxygen. With them, veterinary practices can eliminate the expense of purchasing or renting/leasing oxygen cylinders on a monthly basis, along with receiving and monitoring their oxygen supply. The following article provides an overview of oxygen concentrators and offers a few guidelines to consider when purchasing one. Click here to read more.