More than 50% of people who come to the store to buy an oxygen generator will ask if there is an atomization function. The first reason is that some doctors will recommend it. The second patient will take oxygen and atomization at the same time when they are hospitalized. I’m used to it, and I think an oxygen generator with atomization is good.
In fact, it’s best not to use the atomization function for the home oxygen.
1) The core function of the oxygen generator is oxygen generator
The atomization efficiency of the oxygen generator with atomization function is not as high as that of a single atomizer, and the patient’s absorption is not as high.
The reason why hospitals need to use them together is because industrial integration is convenient for nurses and doctors to treat patients. If you use an atomizer alone to atomize the patient.
Each bedside must have an atomizer, which will increase the workload, storage, and cost of the hospital. The hospital is from the perspective of convenient management and cost-saving, and the patient should treat the disease with the best effect.
2) The oxygen generator without atomization of the same brand is more affordable
If the wool comes out of the sheep, if you add an atomization function, it will increase the cost to the manufacturer, and you will still pay for it yourself.
3) The after-sale rate of machines with atomization function is higher
The oxygen generator with atomization function needs to be connected to a separate hole. If the interface is faulty, the concentration and pressure of the oxygen generator will be insufficient.
4) Imported oxygen generators have no atomization function
Why does the imported oxygen generator have no atomization function? Is their technology not as advanced as ours? No, because after research, they feel that the atomization function of the oxygen generator does not need to be integrated in the oxygen generator.
Purely imported Invicom, Devibis, Philips, and Yashi have no atomization function.
Many friends worry that I often use a home oxygen generator for oxygen inhalation, will I become addicted to oxygen inhalation? Especially some elderly friends worry that they will become dependent on oxygen after inhaling oxygen, but it is not good for their health! Here, Deda will give you an analysis of whether you will be addicted and dependent on oxygen, and dispel everyone’s concerns.
Oxygen is not a medicine. It exists in nature and is an element necessary for human survival. When we use a home oxygen machine to inhale oxygen, we just increase the concentration of oxygen we inhale, increase the oxygen content of the arteries, improve our body’s hypoxia, restore or promote the body’s metabolism to a certain extent, and establish a A virtuous cycle and relieve the pain caused by hypoxia.
Even the household oxygen inhalation machine that is used frequently does not depend on oxygen. In medicine, “dependence” is specifically used for drug dependence, also known as: “drug habit” or “drug addiction”, it refers to the use of certain drugs, especially drugs that act on the nervous system to produce mental or (and) Physical dependence on drugs;
Oxygen therapy does not have drugs to enter the human body. Supplementing oxygen directly increases the oxygen content of arterial blood, improves the hypoxic state of the human body, restores and promotes benign circulatory metabolism, and relieves the symptoms of hypoxia pain. Therefore, doctors such as pregnant women and emergency patients may recommend oxygen.
Oxygen inhalation directly increases the oxygen content of arterial blood, which is fundamentally different from taking medicine. People who take oxygen health care will not cause discomfort after stopping oxygen inhalation, but some of the original symptoms may repeat after stopping oxygen inhalation for a long time. Therefore, oxygen inhalation is not dependent.
So in general, long-term oxygen inhalation will not make people addicted and dependent.
In addition, the concentration of oxygen when inhaling oxygen is also emphasized. The higher the oxygen concentration, the better. This concept is wrong. If the oxygen flow is low, the body will respond instinctively, and the central nervous system will automatically take deeper and wider breathing. If high-flow oxygen is used, people’s breathing becomes shallower. However, the long-term lack of oxygen in the body of emphysema patients has carbon dioxide storage. If the breathing is too shallow, carbon dioxide cannot be discharged out of the body, and oxygen cannot be inhaled, which will cause oxygen inhalers to fail to inhale oxygen. Therefore, patients with emphysema need to choose safe hypoxia. Generally speaking, the oxygen flow rate is 1~2 L/min, and it cannot be adjusted to 3~5L/min.
Oxygen is still helpful to the body. Especially the elderly who have breathing problems with heart and lungs, and the young people do not need to inhale oxygen if they have no special problems.