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What is Oxygen Therapy and who needs it?


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Who needs oxygen therapy? Oxygen therapy is prescribed for people who can’t get enough oxygen on their own.This is often because of lung conditions that prevents the lungs from absorbing oxygen.

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What is Oxygen Therapy?

Oxygen, a gas found in the air we breathe, is necessary for human life. Some people with breathing disorders can’t get enough oxygen naturally. They may need supplemental oxygen, or oxygen therapy. People who receive oxygen therapy often see improved energy levels and sleep, and better quality of life.

Who needs Oxygen Therapy?

Oxygen therapy is prescribed for people who can’t get enough oxygen on their own. This is often because of lung conditions that prevents the lungs from absorbing oxygen, including:

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Pneumonia

Asthma

Bronchopulmonary dysplasia, underdeveloped lungs in newborns

Heart failure

Cystic fibrosis

Sleep apnea

Lung disease

Trauma to the respiratory system

To determine whether a person will benefit from oxygen therapy, doctors test the amount of oxygen in their arterial blood. Another way to check is using a pulse oximeter that indirectly measures oxygen levels, or saturation, without requiring a blood sample. The pulse oximeter clips onto a person’s body part, like a finger. Low levels mean that a person may be a good candidate for supplemental oxygen.

Normal levels of arterial blood oxygen are between 75 and 100 mmHg (millimeters of mercury). An oxygen level of 60 mmHg or lower indicates the need for supplemental oxygen. Too much oxygen can be dangerous as well and can damage the cells in your lungs. Your oxygen level should not go above 110 mmHg.

Some people need oxygen therapy all the time, while others need it only occasionally or in certain situations. Some oxygen therapy is done at a doctor’s office, and other times people have an oxygen supply in their homes, or a portable oxygen system.

What are the symptoms of Low Oxygen?

When you aren’t getting enough oxygen, you’ll experience a host of symptoms, including:

Rapid breathing

Shortness of breath

Fast heart rate

Coughing or wheezing

Sweating

Confusion

Changes in the color of your skin

What are the safety considerations for oxygen therapy?

Even though oxygen is not a flammable gas, it’s also necessary for combustion. Fires in areas with excessive oxygen are likely to burn more quickly. Be cautious with oxygen tanks around open flames and heaters, and be sure to store oxygen tanks safely.

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Safety Tips:

Safety tips

Do not smoke or have open flames in the room where a person is using oxygen.

Place more fire alarms throughout the home to help prevent serious complications.

When cooking, keep oxygen away from the stove, oven, and any grease.

To avoid tripping over the oxygen tank or tubing, tape the tube to the back of your shirt.

Only store oxygen in an area where air moves freely around the tank. Do not store it in a trunk or a small closet.

It’s important to stay away from environmental triggers that include:

Smoking

Second-hand smoke

Air pollution

Chemicals or dust in the air

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Please Note:

Our products is not a replacement for individuals who have been prescribed medical grade oxygen. This product is recommended for recreational use only. It is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disorder or disease. 

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