Promedica Ox-10 oxygen concentrators are electronically controlled appliances that separate oxygen from the air in the room. Passing first through the dust and then through the bactericidal filter, the air enters the oil-free compressor, where it enters the columns filled with zeolite under pressure. From the columns, nitrogen-free air enters the accumulator, passes into the humidifier through the flow regulator (the rotameter), and then reaches the patient through a flexible tube with nasal cannulas.
What are oxygen concentrators used for?
The human body needs oxygen therapy to support the functioning of its vital systems and functions. Diseases such as heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bronchial asthma, and others require the supply of artificial oxygen to the human body. Oxygen concentrators allow carrying out procedures both in a hospital and at people’s homes.
The use of the concentrator in everyday life has recently become relevant and reached a high level of demand. Environmental pollution has affected people’s health in cities and metropolises. A few minutes of oxygen therapy will fill the human body with clean air and relaunch its functions in full. An oxygen concentrator is an affordable way to remain healthy at home.
Promedica OX-10 oxygen concentrators are incredibly easy to use and are suitable for people of all ages.
All the functions of the appliance are regulated by convenient mechanical buttons. The oxygen supply rate (from 0.5 liter to 10 liters per minute) is regulated by means of a special wheel on the concentrator’s front panel.
The low noise level (up to 59 dB), convenient design, and high productivity make this appliance for oxygen therapy ideal for use at home, in offices, or in clinics.
Oxygen therapy health benefits:
Oxygen therapy is used for the successful treatment and prevention of respiratory diseases and ailments that occur as a result of oxygen deficiency and low blood hemoglobin levels. Oxygen deficiency is often accompanied by symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, insomnias, and chronic fatigue.
Oxygen inhalations are effective in the treatment and prevention of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and chronic obstructive pneumonias and are very effective in treating anoxias.
Oxygen therapy is effective for patients with severe respiratory failure. It reduces the shortness of breath and general weakness and improves general well-being of patients. This effect is achieved by increasing oxyhemoglobin and reducing the level of catecholamines. This helps normalize the heart work and improves the condition of the bronchopulmonary system.
In addition to beneficial effects on the human heart and respiratory system, oxygen therapy improves the work of the liver, kidneys, and other organs. It also enhances the effectiveness of drug therapy by improving the absorption of drugs.
Oxygen therapy is used to increase immunity and to improve the overall condition of the human body.