The Need For Oxygen Bag

We all know Every body needs oxygen. In fact, our tissues and cells in the body needs a constant supply of oxygen for working properly.

Oxygen gets into our cells and tissues via the lungs. The lungs breathe in oxygen from the air, then pass the oxygen into the bloodstream through millions of tiny air sacs called alveoli. Hemoglobin in the red blood cells then picks up the oxygen and carries it off to the body's tissues and cells. So the Oxygen Bag will pay an important role in the oxygen equipments.

Here are some questions that you may ask:

What time and how often should I wear my oxygen?
How do I know that I'm using the right amount of supplemental oxygen?
Does my need for oxygen bag mean that I don't have long to live?
Where should I get the oxygen bag?

What time and how often should I wear my oxygen?

The levels of Everyone's oxygen in the blood are lower during sleep than normal, due to a mildly reduced level of breathing. 

If your waking oxygen saturation is greater than about 94 percent on room air, it is unlikely that your saturation during sleep will fall below 88 percent. However, your doctor can order an overnight oximetry test if there is a question about your oxygen saturation levels while you are sleeping.

How can I know that I'm using the proper amount of supplemental oxygen?

To determine if you're getting the proper amount of supplemental oxygen or not, your oxygen saturation must be measured while you are using your oxygen. Your provider or a respiratory therapist from the oxygen supplier should test your oxygen saturation on oxygen while you are at rest, while walking and, if indicated, while you are asleep. As long as your saturation is in the 90s, you are getting the right amount of supplemental oxygen.

Does my need for oxygen bag mean that I don't have long to live?

No, People live for years longer by using supplemental oxygen.

Where should I get the oxygen bag?

The goal is to let you continue as many of your usual activities with low cost thay you can afford easily.

Fanwer will publish a oxygen bag in the coming days, the price is low and affordable, we will post an article once it is on sale.

As we know, Choosing the right type of equipment is convenient to your lifestyle and improving quality of life.

Refers to: https://www.ucsfhealth.org/education/the-need-for-supplemental-oxygen#8


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