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Oxygen Parts and Accessories

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Why Buy Your Oxygen Parts and Accessories from Us?

If you have been prescribed respiratory therapy to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [COPD], your oxygen concentrator may be the most vital piece of medical equipment you own. This being the case, you must have properly functioning oxygen parts and accessories. Not only will you need to replace the parts and accessories for your concentrator and/or tank, but sometimes your physical attributes and diagnoses changes. Your lifestyle and daily activities change too. Therefore, it is important that you keep extra oxygen parts and accessories on hand. Southeastern Equipment & Oxygen carries a full range of oxygen parts and accessories. Thus, if you have questions about oxygen parts and accessories, our Customer Support team is available to assist you at any time. Call (888) 653-6888 to speak with someone.

Oxygen Tubing

Old, cracked oxygen tubing is unsafe. Even if you clean your oxygen tubing regularly, old tubing can carry bacteria that makes its way into your respiratory system. In turn, you get sick. Therefore, make sure you always have a fresh roll of oxygen tubing on hand. Also, the way you store your tubing can greatly impact the lifespan of it. Therefore, make sure you don’t have kinks in the tubing. Plus, be sure to check for leaks in the tubing. It is a good idea to check the oxygen connectors for leaks too.

Oxygen Connectors

There are many kinds of plastic oxygen tubing connectors out there on the market. In fact, many of these are provided free of charge to first-time purchasers of oxygen concentrators. However, these “freebie” connectors break. In turn, broken connectors compromise the integrity of your oxygen delivery system. If you are concerned that your connectors are cracked or broken, please call our Customer Support team by calling (800) 653-6888. We have a variety of oxygen connectors, including swivel and Y-connectors. These can help cut down on kinks in the tubing.

Nasal Cannula

We recommend you clean your nasal cannula after every use. For COPD patients who use their nasal cannula several times a day, we recommend they change to a new nasal cannula once a month. This is because the cannula is made of plastic. Hence, plastic deteriorates over time. In turn, tiny deposits of dirt, dust, and bacteria make their way into the cannula and oxygen tubing. In fact, nasal cannula and oxygen tubing are prime breeding grounds for bacteria since these are warm, moist environments. Therefore, you need to replace your nasal cannula regularly and dispose of the old oxygen parts and accessories properly.

Trusted Support

There are certainly other oxygen parts and accessories that you may consider purchasing, yet we feel these are the most important. Finally, if you have any questions regarding the purchase of oxygen parts and accessories, please call our Customer Support team at (800) 653-6888. You can also email us at We have certified respiratory therapists on staff that can assist you, so please reach out any time.