A prescription is not required for Live O2 or Extreme O2 training systems. …click here to read more
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Yes, this answer is the same for Live O2 and Extreme O2 systems. Mainly the concentrator is left on to provide make up volume for the Live O2 system. For the Extreme O2 system the concentrator also creates the oxygen depleted air so it is required to be ON during use. Leaving the concentrator on just prior to use and during use also assures that the oxygen concentration in the reservoir is also maintained. The internal membrane is designed to be slightly permeable and some mixing with air occurs. When the concentrator is not running the volume will drop and if left long enough the reservoir will slowly deflate on its own.
The high volume breathing hose can be washed as needed although there is really not a need to frequently wash this hose if the system is being used properly. Below is a simple washing procedure for the high volume hose.
1. Wash tubing in warm, soapy water, do not put in washing machine.
2. Disinfect tubing in an organic solution of one part white
vinegar and 4 parts water. Allow all parts to sit in the solution for
approximately 30 – 45 minutes.
3. Rinse all parts well with warm water and allow to air dry.
This depends on the system you looking at. The live O2 home system comes with a 5 liter per minute (lpm) concentrator. The Extreme O2 home unit comes with a modified 10 lpm concentrator. The Pro-X Extreme O2 system comes with a 12 lpm concentrator and the Pro-XX comes with two 12 lpm concentrators giving that system 24 lpm of oxygen. It is also important to mention that the Live O2 upgrade is made to be compatible with your existing oxygen concentrator. That concentrator can be either a 3 lpm, 5 lpm or 10 lpm unit.