Flexible oxygen therapy for greater independence
Flexibility is the word that defines the performance of the SOLO2 transportable oxygen concentrator by Invacare. This product has the ability to treat oxygen patients in all situations. Its first-class features combined with its great efficiency allow patients to travel as it provides both pulse and continous flow options.
to suit everyone
With the Invacare SOLO2, providers can treat oxygen patients in all situations. Night efficient treatment is delivered via 6 continous flow settings (0.5 - 3.0 LPM) whilst 5 generous pulse flow settings provide the supplementary oxygen patients require during ambulation, for maximum autonomy. Designed to be a patient's single source of oxygen, the SOLO2 transportable oxygen concentrator features an easy-roll cart as standard and can be powered by AC, DC and rechargeable battery module.
The day to day maintenance of the SOLO2 is very simple and minimal and it can be used during the day and night by patients. Also patients do not have to worry about the autonomy of the product due to the ability to use additional power modules. Check the gallery to see it in detail.
Clinical study comparing SOLO2 and Liquid O2
The clinical benefits of a pulse-dose portable concentrator are similar to continous-flow liquid oxygen.
figure 1There was no statistically significant difference in dyspnea change between the SOLO2 pulse-dose and the Liquid O2 continous-flow group.
figure 2The SaO2 during the 6-minutes walking test was very similar in the SOLO2 pulse-dose and Liquid O2 continous-flow group.
SOURCE: MELLONI B, SAUDER P, FORET D, COUILLARD A, VEALE D. Clinical Effectiveness of SOLO2. Antadir Federation, October 2011