A CPAP machine is a device that can replace or improve human breathing, increase lung ventilation, and improve respiratory function. It is generally used for lung failure or airway obstruction to breathing normally to help the patient complete the breathing process of inhalation and exhalation. It has a variety of breathing modes (various ways in which the CPAP machine delivers gas) to choose from.
In modern clinical medicine, the CPAP machine, as an effective means to artificially replace the autonomous ventilation function, has been commonly used in various reasons for respiratory failure, anesthesia breathing management during major operations, respiratory support treatment, and emergency recovery. It occupies a significant position in the field of modern medicine. The CPAP machine is a vital medical device that can prevent and treat respiratory failure, reduce complications, and save and prolong the lives of patients.
The oxygen generator is a safe and portable machine for extracting high-concentration pure oxygen. It produces purely biological oxygen. Using PSA pressure swing adsorption technology, it becomes high-purity oxygen after purification. It has no choice of breathing mode and is suitable for long-term home “oxygen therapy” rehabilitation care.
Oxygen inhalation directly increases the oxygen content of arterial blood, rather than acting on a particular part of the body to improve hypoxia indirectly, but it is only increasing the body’s continuous intake of oxygen throughout life. There are no substances that are unfamiliar to the body, need to be adapted, and need to be resolved, so it only improves rather than changes the body’s natural physiological state and biochemical environment. Low flow oxygen therapy and oxygen health care do not require special guidance. The effect is fast and undoubtedly beneficial and harmless.
Oxygen therapy has the effect of alleviating the symptoms of hypoxia in time, but it has only a partial and gradual impact on eliminating the causes of hypoxia. Oxygen therapy is the primary method for correcting physiological hypoxia and environmental hypoxia and preventing diseases caused by environmental hypoxia. For correcting pathological hypoxia, oxygen therapy is an important auxiliary means. For emergency rescue, oxygen therapy is one of the essential standards.