By selectively eliminating nitrogen, an oxygen concentrator concentrates the oxygen from a gas supply (usually ambient air) and produces a gas stream that is oxygenated.
They are employed in industry and as oxygen therapy equipment in hospitals.
The Global Connected Oxygen Concentrator Controller market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Design And Implementation Of An Oxygen Concentrator With Gprs-Based Fault Transfer System. The oxygen concentrators are the most suitable and cost-effective option for this treatment, and long-term oxygen therapy (LTOT) is one of numerous strategies to prolong survival in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
According to studies so far, a significant number of oxygen concentrators are being used incorrectly by patients in Turkey, technical support is lacking, periodic maintenance is not being performed on equipment that needs regular upkeep and control, and some equipment fails to produce the expected oxygen purity over time.
Due to the patients’ inability to get oxygen at sufficient purity levels during the allocated time, these issues with oxygen concentrators are the main causes of treatment process delays.
In order to minimise patient/device-based issues and fulfil medical standards, oxygen concentrators must be redesigned in tandem with advancements in the field of medical electronics.
For patients receiving LTOT, a low-cost oxygen concentrator with a GPRS-based fault transfer system is designed . A prototype of this device is used in practice.
The capacity of the developed oxygen concentrator to identify fault situations as they occur and report them to the relevant technical service and hospital authority via the GPRS-based fault transfer system without depending on the patient’s statement is its most crucial feature.
This guarantees the avoidance of delays during the treatment time brought on by the device’s functional issues.
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