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Philips Respironics Everflo Oxygen Concentrator with OPI

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  • Lightweight—only 31 lbs!
  • Compact
  • Quiet
  • Energy-efficient for cost savings!

Philips Respironics Everflo OPI - Overview

Say goodbye to bulky, loud oxygen concentrators and welcome the Philips EverFlo Home Oxygen Concentrator! This machine is cost-effective and does not need regular oxygen bottle replacements. It's a small, lightweight oxygen delivery system that fits effortlessly in your house and doesn't get in the way of your daily routine. Despite the fact that it is a stationary oxygen concentrator, it may be readily moved from one location to another as needed.

The Respironics EverFlow is a consistent and trouble-free stationary oxygen concentrator at an affordable price. The everyday cost of running the concentrator is low when compared to other home oxygen concentrators. This is due to its highly advanced motor that uses less electricity and produces less heat while still delivering continuous flow oxygen at settings up to 5 LPM.

Philips Respironics acknowledges the rising demand for low-cost, high-reliability oxygen concentrators that can lower the cost of oxygen therapy. With a metal cannula connector, proven sieve bed, recessed flow meter, and sturdy plastic enclosure, it's made of high-quality materials. You can store extra tubing in the internal storage cabinet within this device. The humidifier bottle holder has a Velcro holding strap and is compatible with every standard bubble humidifier. The connections for oxygen tubing and the humidifier are located at the top of the device for easy access to your therapy

Respironics Everflo OPI - Features

  • Lightweight
  • Sleek design
  • Easy maintenance
  • Cost-effective therapy
  • Internal storage cabinet
  • Whisper quiet therapy
  • Easy to use
  • Easy to transport
  • Oxygen Percentage Indicator (OPI)

FAQs

How Does the Philips EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator Work?

Air from the room is used to produce concentrated oxygen by passing it through a molecular sieve. This stationary oxygen concentrator uses Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology which combined with the sieve bed extracts oxygen from the air and delivers it to the patient.

What are the Added Safety Features on the EverFlo OPI?

The EverFlo has an Oxygen Percentage Indicator as an added safety feature. If oxygen levels ever vary from approved purity levels, an orange light on the front of the EverFlo will turn on and sound an alarm.

How To Clean And Maintain Philips Respironics Everflo?

This Philips Respironics EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator should be cleaned regularly using a damp cloth to wipe down the exterior case of the device. For cleaning or disinfecting using a medical disinfectant, follow the manufacturer's instructions. For patients who use a humidifier, the device can be cleaned by following the manufacturer's instructions. This oxygen concentrator is easy to maintain because it consists of very few parts and only two filters. Users can change the external filter without any tools or special skills and the internal micro disk filter is replaced during the routine device service.

What Are The Benefits of the Philips Respironics EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator?

Respironics Everflo - Easy to store, transport, and deliver

EverFlo is lightweight and small, with a streamlined and integrated handle. As a result, transportation and storage expenses are reduced.

The EverFlo Oxygen concentrator's compact, non-medical style will fit perfectly into the home setting. The device is meant to be tiny, light, and simple to transport, fitting into a car's trunk. EverFlo includes a humidifier bottle connection that is easy to attach but has no patient filter.

Philips Respironics EverFlo is a Green Product

EverFlo is lighter, quieter, and more energy-efficient than its predecessor. These enhancements include weight reductions of 40%, energy consumption reductions of 24%, and packaging savings of 24%. (15 percent).

The moduled handle makes it easier to pick up and transport the device with one or both hands.

Additional Advantages of Respironics Everflo OPI

  • All bottle styles are compatible with the humidifier bottle holder.
  • Internal tubing storage ensures that tubing is always readily available for usage.
  • For enhanced longevity, use a metal cannula connection.
  • Breakage is less likely with a recessed flow meter.
  • On/off switch and alarm indications are located on the interface panel.

User Guide

How to Use Philips Respironics EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator

  1. Choose a spot where the concentrator will be able to take in room air without being obstructed. Make sure the device is at least 15 to 30 cm away from walls, furniture, and, especially, drapes that might obstruct proper ventilation. Avoid putting it near a heat source.
  2. Plug into a wall socket.
  3. Do either Step A or Step B below.
    • Connect your nasal cannula to the Oxygen Outlet Port if you're not using a humidifier.
    • If you are using a humidifier, follow the steps below:
      1. As indicated, open the filter door on the back of the device.
      2. Replace the filter door after removing the humidifier connecting tube from the back of the filter door.
      3. Follow the manufacturer's directions for filling your humidifier bottle.
      4. Place the humidifier within the velcro strap on top of the EverFlo device.
      5. Tighten and fasten the velcro strap around the bottle to keep it in place.
      6. Connect the humidifier connector tube to the Oxygen Outlet Port (which you got from the filter door) (as mentioned in Step 3-A above).
      7. Attach the other end of the humidifier connection tube to the top of the humidifier as indicated, with the elbow in the tubing facing the front.
      8. Attach your cannula to the humidifier bottle according to the instructions provided by the humidifier bottle manufacturer.

How Does the Philips Respironics EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator Work?

Air from the room is used to produce concentrated oxygen by passing it through a molecular sieve. This stationary oxygen concentrator uses Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology which combined with the sieve bed extracts oxygen from the air and delivers it to the patient.

Cleaning Philips Respironics EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator

This Philips Respironics EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator should be cleaned regularly using a damp cloth to wipe down the exterior case of this device. For cleaning or disinfecting with a medical disinfectant, follow manufacturer's instructions. For patients who use a humidifier, the device can be cleaned by following the manufacturer's instructions. This oxygen concentrator is easy to maintain because it consists of very few parts and only two filters. Users can change the external filter without any tools or special skills and the internal micro disk filter is replaced during the routine service of the whole device.

Alarms & Indicators in EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator

The following alarms and indicators should be addressed if they occur.

Continuously illuminating all 3 LEDs and sounding alarm

This means that the device has detected a system malfunction. To troubleshoot, turn off the device immediately and switch to a backup oxygen source. Contact the manufacturer and inform them of this issue.

Continuously sounding alarm with no LEDs illuminated

This happens when that device is turned on but is not operating. This happens when the device indicates a power failure or if it isn’t plugged in. What you can do is make sure that the device is plugged in and check the power outlet to make sure it is delivering electricity. If this doesn’t solve the issue then connect to a backup oxygen source and contact the manufacturer.

Continuously illuminating red LED with alarm

A system malfunction has been detected by the system. Turn off the device quickly and wait for 5 minutes before turning on the device. If this does not fix the problem, connect to a backup oxygen source and contact the manufacturer.

Continuously illuminating yellow LED with red LED blinking and periodic beeping alarm

The device is facing obstructed oxygen flow conditions when it shows these signs. In this case, turn off the device and contact the manufacturer. In the meanwhile, you should use your backup oxygen source.

Continuously illuminating yellow LED with no alarm

This indicates a low oxygen condition. You can continue to use the device but inform your physician.

Blinking yellow light with periodically beeping alarm

High flow oxygen is detected by the device. Reduce the flow rate to your prescribed level and wait for 2 minutes. If the condition persists, then switch to your backup oxygen source and contact the manufacturer.

Continuously illuminating green LED with no alarm

This indicates that the device is working at an optimum level.

Continuous alarm sound with all LEDs off

In this case, if the device doesn’t work when turned on, reinsert the power cord plug into the electrical outlet.

Or the unit may not be receiving power from the electrical outlet. Check for a faulty household circuit or fuse.

Or it may be indicating an internal part failure. Contact the manufacturer.

All LEDs illuminating with continuous alarm

When this happens and the device doesn’t work when turned on, there is an internal part failure.

Continuously illuminating yellow LED with blinking red LED and beeping alarm

There is obstruction or complete blockage of oxygen flow. Check if there is anything near the device that might be hindering the airflow into the device.

Or it may be indicating the closed flow meter knob. Set the flow meter knob to the prescribed LPM flow.

There may be an obstruction in the oxygen tubing which is causing blockage in the delivery of oxygen.

Continuously illuminating yellow LED with blinking red LED and beeping alarm

There is obstruction or complete blockage of oxygen flow. Check if there is anything near the device that might be hindering the airflow into the device.

Low flow of oxygen with no indication

Inspect the oxygen tubing or cannula for faults. If necessary, replace the items.

An accessory is poorly connected to the device. Check all connections for potential leaks.

FAA approved for air travel and in-flight use

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