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What type of oxygen therapy will my child receive?

The type of oxygen therapy your child receives depends on physical activities and how much and how often the oxygen is needed. Where you live and what type of health insurance you have are also factors. The three types of therapies are liquid oxygen, oxygen in tanks and oxygen concentrators. Your child's doctor will discuss your options and help you make the best decision for your child's needs.

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