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Why Oxygen?
Every cell in the body needs energy to function. Cells get their energy from a combination of the food we eat plus oxygen from the air we breathe.

Food + Oxygen = Energy + Carbon Dioxide

Thus, energy enables us to use our muscles to breathe, perform work, and carry out all bodily functions.

Oxygen is an element, a gas, and a drug. Because it is a drug, it must be prescribed by your physician. An exact flow rate given in liters per minute (LPM) has been ordered to increase your oxygen level.

Oxygen is normally delivered to you through a nasal cannula (pronounced CAN-YOU-LA), also called a nosepiece, or an oxygen mask.

Pulmonary Press:
We hope this monthly newsletter, Pulmonary Press, is helpful to you or your loved one. It's geared towards patients suffering from COPD, but all oxygen patients may find it helpful.

Pulmonary Press December 2012
Pulmonary Press November 2012
Pulmonary Press October 2012
Pulmonary Press September 2012
Pulmonary Press August 2012
Pulmonary Press July 2012
Pulmonary Press June 2012

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"We have enjoyed working with Chuck for quite a fe years now. He always answers all of our questions. We also enjoy having Roman as our delivery person. He's always polite and willing to help." ~Don, Holland