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The History of Oxygen Concentrators

the HISTORY of OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS 1772 Oxygen was first discovered about 1772 by a Swedish chemist, Carl Wilhelm Scheele, However, an English chemist, Joseph Priestley, independently discovered oxygen in 1774 and published his findings three years before Scheele published. The first recorded use of oxygen was on March 6th, 1885 in York, PA by Dr. George Holtzapple, who used oxygen for the treatment of pneumonia. 1885 The Early Days O XYGEN A woman inhaling oxygen from a device that stored enough 02 for 1887

The History of Oxygen Concentrators

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Have you ever wondered how today’s oxygen concentrators came to be? While the use of oxygen for medical purposes has been around since the 1800’s, the use of modern day oxygen concentrator technol...

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