Patricia Wobensmith may be from Pennsylvania, but today she is a very busy lady living in South Florida and she has no plans to slow down. Her house is like Grand Central Station; she is busy with her husband, her four kids, her dogs, her neighbors and her neighbor’s dogs. Patricia suffered from a sinus infection for a year and a half, but her health problems became more serious when she had troubles breathing after returning from a trip from Connecticut.
The doctor said she had double pneumonia and a paralyzed lung and that she needed to do two things, quit smoking and get oxygen support. Patricia was not going to let these diagnoses along with COPD stop her from being mobile. So she quit smoking and went on oxygen.
However, she discovered that her homefill system was not ideal, it was more like the "Iron Guard standing at the door". After watching the Open-Aire TV commercial, Patricia quickly contacted Open-Aire and switched to a portable concentrator. Today, she just plugs it in and goes! Last summer she was on the road with Open-Aire and took a road trip to Maine. Now she does all types of work around the house with "Toto" which she nicknamed her portable. This seven-year Floridian will tell you, she is not in Kansas anymore! Thanks to an easier lifestyle with her portable oxygen concentrator.