Air6 Med 150 Ltr Oxygen Cylinder

SKU # Med-150

₹ 9,625 ₹ 12,500
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  • Air6 Med 150 contains 150 litre oxygen. A complete 1 ltr medical oxygen cylinder kit that is 45 % lighter than traditional iron or steel body oxygen cylinders. Portable oxygen cylinders are available in small size big size Jumbo size such as 2L Oxygen cylinder 3 ltr 5 ltr 6 ltr 10 ltr and 15 litters B type D type A type. Portable oxy canister oxygen can is available in spray or inhalers form.
  • Air6 portable alloy oxygen cylinder offers continue pure oxygen supply approx. 2.50 Hours @ 1 litre per minute, home use oxygen Cylinder is refillable at nearest oxygen refill shop. Oxy cylinder are light weight travel friendly and small oxygen tank.
  • Free of cost all oxygen cylinder accessories such as regulator, meter, oxygen mask comes in oxygen cylinder kit. Air6 pure travel friendly cylinder made up from aluminium alloy. Air6 is 99% rust free unlike steel which depict as natural oxygen and may boost oxy level.
  • The simple finger operated oxygen valve and regulator that can be used by the patient easily unlike traditional regulator which require oxygen cylinder key to open the cylinder. Portable cylinder can be helpful during emergency at home or hospital which is not battery operated as oxygen concentrator
  • oxygen cylinder portable with mask for the people who are on oxygen concentrator and for any reason they want to go outside from home. Dr trust and recommended available online with low price, can be tomorrow need. Air6 Oxygen cylinder for home use is available in many forms such as oxygen can oxygen canister oxygen bottle oxygen spray oxygen vapour

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Benefits of Portable Oxygen Cylinder

There are so many benefits of portable oxygen cylinder use for lung disease. A portable oxygen cylinder can not only make breathing easier and less laborious, but it offers the following benefits, too:

Portable oxygen benefits – exercise INCREASES SURVIVAL

Supplemental oxygen, worn at least 15 hours a day [1], increases survival in some patients. And today’s portable oxygen technology allows you to utilize portable oxygen therapy 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, anytime, anywhere.


Studies show that using supplemental oxygen during exercise allows you to exercise longer, at a higher intensity, which means you’ll reap greater rewards for all your efforts.[2]


Are you in a mental fog? When you’re not getting enough oxygen, every organ of your body is affected, including your brain. Confusion is the first sign that people with lung disease may not be getting enough oxygen. [3] Using supplemental oxygen keeps your brain, and all your other vital organs, healthy.

Portable oxygen benefits - A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP

Oxygen saturation levels tend to drop during sleep, even in people with healthy lungs. When you have COPD or another chronic lung disease, transient nocturnal desaturation may interfere with a restful night’s sleep and lead to some pretty significant health problems. [4] If your sleep patterns are frequently disrupted, talk to your doctor about having an overnight oximetry test. You may benefit from supplemental oxygen during sleep, which will help you get the rest you need.


Studies show that oxygen therapy is associated with an improvement in cognition, performance and mood—and can even boost your self-esteem. [5]

Increases Stamina

If you have little energy to get through the day, it may be because your oxygen levels are low. [6] Oxygen therapy gives you the stamina you need to carry out normal, everyday functions such as getting dressed, cleaning house, preparing a meal and taking the dog for a walk.


[1] Stoller, James K. MD, MS, FCCP et. al. Oxygen Therapy for Patients With COPD: Current Evidence and the Long-Term Oxygen Treatment Trial. Chest. 2010 July; 138(1): 179–187. doi: 10.1378/chest.09-2555. PMCID: PMC2897694.

[2] Emtner, Margaret et. al. Benefits of Supplemental Oxygen in Exercise Training in Nonhypoxemic Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Patients. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Vol. 168, No. 9 (2003), pp. 1034-1042. doi: 10.1164/rccm.200212-1525OC.

[3] American Lung Association. Supplemental Oxygen. Updated 2013.

[4] American Thoracic Society. Sleep Problems in COPD. Updated 2013.

[5] American Lung Association. Supplemental Oxygen. Updated 2013.

[6] American Lung Association. Supplemental Oxygen. Updated 2013.

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