Oxygen Worldwide takes a deep breath into the ocean

the sea
deep breathe in to the ocean

Oysters breathe too, using both gills and mantle. The mantle is lined with many small, thin-walled blood vessels which extract oxygen from the water and expel carbon dioxide. A small, three-chambered heart, lying under the adductor muscle, pumps colourless blood, with its supply of oxygen, to all parts of the body. Oxygen Worldwide supplies medical oxygen to people during travel and this provides a critical service to help people cross the deep oceans to visit different countries across the globe.
An oyster produces a pearl when foreign material becomes trapped inside the shell. The oyster responds to the irritation by producing nacre, a combination of calcium and protein. The nacre coats the foreign material and over time produces a precious pearl.
Oysters are not only a delicacy on some menus across the world, but they’re also one of the most nutritionally well balanced of foods, containing protein, carbohydrates and lipids. Four or five medium size oysters supply the recommended daily allowance of iron, copper, iodine, magnesium, calcium, zinc, manganese and phosphorus. An important part of staying healthy and providing vital nutrients; just is the case in providing portable concentrators and medical oxygen to help our customers travel freely worldwide, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Oxygen Worldwide’s objective is to make travel for those who need supplemental oxygen as carefree as possible. Oxygen Worldwide arranges oxygen delivery worldwide for oxygen users on holiday or vacation.

Oxygen Worldwide plays their part in Japan.

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flying with medical oxygen

The recent tragic events in Japan have shocked the world. Back in March an earthquake, with a magnitude of 8.9, rocked the east coast of the Asian nation sending the country into panic. The tsunami that followed, with waves up to ten metres, decimated large areas causing deaths to thousands. What followed is even more worrying as nuclear power stations were destroyed meaning many more millions of Japanese are at risk from nuclear radiation. The world, quite rightly, has huddled round to help their friends in need.
Rescue teams have been sent to help with find an estimated 14,736 people that originally deemed missing. The re-building work will take time as the ruins continue to be surveyed as scenes of devastation are still evident. This is why portable, medical oxygen is more important than ever. With the air being breached from the debris and dirt disturbed by the quake, for the rescued and the rescuers the need for clean oxygen is a must. Oxygen Worldwide can play their part in ensuring the health and safety of everyone by providing fresh, clean liquid oxygen, and at the risk of sounding morbid it’s important to explain why.
For everyone involved in the rescue mission, the contaminated air heightens the risk of contracting such respiratory diseases as emphysema and chronic bronchitis. The need for readily available medical oxygen is vital. For the rescue teams they are admirably risking their health to save others, and for the rescued the risks of being stuck for days on end are catastrophic.
Portable medical oxygen can battle can against the risks for everyone involved in making Japan regain its identity. Portable medical oxygen is something Oxygen Worldwide excels in. The whole setup is simple but so effective. Order the oxygen, travel, receive the oxygen. They want to keep people healthy. Imagine being rescued in Japan. Stuck for days breathing in dirty air, feeling the lungs become contaminated. I’m no expert on the matter but I’m sure that first burst of fresh oxygen could make all the difference.
This is of course taking Oxygen Worldwide’s uses to the extreme but if you are travelling to Japan, whether it be to see loved ones or on business, and rely on medical oxygen then this oxygen travel service can ease you through your trip.
It will take a long time before Japan returns to the colourful nation that we have become accustomed to but with the simple method of making medical oxygen readily available, Oxygen Worldwide can play its part.

Small & Mighty

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small and mighty

Small portable oxygen concentrators & battery life.
When you need a portable oxygen concentrator (POC) you will look most possibly for the smallest one as you don’t want to carry or pull around a large and heavy machine. The Airsep Freestyle is currently the smallest portable oxygen concentrator around but being so small it has the disadvantage that it only gives a flow form 2-3 litres per minute and price wise does it not vary much from other models that give up to 6 litres of oxygen per minute.
The other consideration will most likely be the battery life of portable oxygen concentrators. When people start to shop around for a portable concentrator (POC) they often decide that the Philips Evergo or the Inogen One are the machines to go for. The reason being the number of hours they can use the POC if they are going out as the technical data specifies 8 hour use without recharge. But let’s face it, who is going where that there are no power outlets nearby. One can plug in his or her battery charger at a friends place, in every restaurant, coffee shop not to mention the cigarette lighter in the car. This way the battery does not need to be so big and heavy.
The most popular model at this moment that covers about everybody’s needs is either the Sequal Elcipse 3 (which has both a pulse and constant flow of oxygen but needs to be wheeled around on a trolley) or the Invacare XPO2 which is pulse operated but can be carried around with a shoulder strap.
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