Oxygen Supplies

Since 2007, we have strived to be the #1 medical supply store in Houston, Texas. Our central location in the Heights gives us the benefit of interacting with all sorts of people in Houston and gathering the best feedback for your assistance.

Our oxygen products include oxygen tanks, home & portable concentrators, oxygen tubing, pulse oximeters & more! Come visit our showroom at the corner of West 18th Street & Ella Blvd or give us a call for more information.


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Oxygen Tank

A purchase of a single oxygen tank is $120. A full setup of an oxygen tank will include a regulator, oxygen tubing & a key.

Tank: $120

Full Setup: $195

Refills: $20

Home Oxygen


Home oxygen concentrators will be very popular due to their continuous flow of oxygen without needing to charge or refill. This concentrator will be the best option for sleep and home-use. The flow rate will range from 1 to 5.



Portable Oxygen


Portable oxygen concentrators have been trending for a while now due to their portability and light structure. Although only pulse-dose this concentrator will allow for 1 to 6 flow rate and is FAA approved for airline travel.

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10L Oxygen

A 10 liter oxygen concentrator will work the same way as a standard 5 liter concentrator but will go up to a higher setting of 10 for users who need a higher flow of oxygen.

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Oxygen Regulator

These small devices are required for the ability to dispense oxygen from the tank and through the tubing. They will typically range from a 1-15 liter flow.



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Oxygen Mask

We carry both oxygen masks and nasal cannulas for the same price.



Oxygen Cart

If you are looking to keep your oxygen tank safe and secure then purchase this useful tank cart. You can roll it around for easy portability.



Extension Tubing

We carry different sizes of oxygen extension tubing including 14ft, 25ft and 50ft.

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Finger Pulse Oximeter

These portable devices are great to monitor your pulse rate and oxygen saturation levels on the go. Typically come with batteries



What Is An Oxygen Tank?

At Complete Medical Supply, oxygen tanks are typically the most common or talked about forms of oxygen. In this form, oxygen is stored inside a cylinder and intended to be released later at the patient's convenience. Tanks can come in different sizes and capacities. The most common capacity is 680 liters which classifies as an 'E' tank. This size is around 29 inches off the ground and gives a balance between portability and capacity. 

In order to use the tank, you will need a few accessories which include an oxygen regulator, key & nasal cannula tubing. Since oxygen is classified as a "drug", first time users typically do need a doctor's prescription to purchase oxygen.

Oxygen tanks will also provide a continuos flow of oxygen between 1-15 liters per minute but will only last a few minutes to hours depending on the flow rate.

What Is An Oxygen Concentrator?

Home oxygen concentrators are our favorite oxygen devices because they provide a continuous flow of oxygen and allow for 24 hour use. As the name states, they're intended to be used at home and require to be plugged in to a power source. These are a great option for users who need oxygen for long periods of time and also to sleep throughout the night.

These oxygen devices typically have a flow rate between 1-5 liters per minute but options for usage up to 10 liters also exist. For this device you just need a power source and an oxygen mask. It works as simple as on & off. They also come with the option to attach a humidifier bottle so that the oxygen isn't as dry coming out.


Portable oxygen concentrators have gained a lot of popularity for those who want to leave the house and still have freedom to do the things they love. Many users can take these on flights and travel with them local or internationally. These concentrators typically go up to only 6 liters per minute of oxygen but have a pulse-dose mechanism to conserve battery life. This means that every time the user takes a breathe in, that's when the oxygen is released. There are portable oxygen concentrators that can provide continuous flow of oxygen as well but they can be much more expensive and their battery may not last as long.

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