Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen therapy may be prescribed when a condition that causes blood oxygen levels to be too low. Low blood oxygen may make to feel short of breath, tired, or confused and can damage your body. Oxygen therapy can be given for a short or long period of time in the hospital or medical setting or at home. Oxygen can be stored as a gas or liquid in special tanks. These tanks can be delivered to home and contain a certain amount of oxygen that will require refills.  An oxygen concentrator is the another device which pulls oxygen out of the air for immediate use. As oxygen concentrators do not require refills, they won’t run out of oxygen. Oxygen poses a fire risk, so that they never smoke or use flammable materials when using oxygen. It may experience side effects from this treatment, such as a dry or bloody nose, tiredness, and morning headaches. Oxygen therapy is generally safe. They may need supplemental oxygen, or oxygen therapy.

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