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The original purpose of an oxygen cylinder regulator is to support a patient that needs continuous oxygen therapy.
Poor oxygen consumption by the body is the number one reason why a person is in need of oxygen therapy. It is important to point out though that oxygen therapy by means of respiratory masks and cannulas as well as oxygen tanks is not and should not be considered a cure for disease or condition that prompted the respiratory crisis.
Oxygen therapy is not hurtful, but should be prescribed by your doctor. The initial instructions on usage of oxygen system for home use can be done by a representative of the manufacturer company or a caregiver.
Lung conditions that may require continuous clinical and residential oxygen therapy are:
Oxygen regulators are also known as oxygen cylinder pressure regulators. They normally include a flow regulation meter to enable oxygen rate adjustment.
Certhealth provides a wide diversity of styles and sizes of this type of medical oxygen tanks for home use. Specifically created for adult or junior use, these tanks provide extra comfort being compact and lightweight.
Oxygen tank regulators are devices that aid to deliver and regulate additional oxygen through a mask to the patient who needs oxygen therapy. Whether the patient does need the therapy can be determined by a simple clinical blood test. Blood oxygen levels will show the deficit rather swiftly.
Oxygen tank regulators are compact and easy to use. Flow setting is easy to control and very straightforward. Yoke screw top is standard style and is simple to use. Medical oxygen regulators are lightweight and quick to set up. Constant oxygen supply is easy with this regulator.
Certhealth oxygen tank regulator offers several options and release settings accordingly. A patient will use the durable lightweight oxygen regulator to control and monitor the flow speed. Normal levels of oxygen in arterial blood serum are between 75 and 100 mmHg. If oxygen levels drop lower than 60, it is time to either turn to a doctor, or if the diagnosis is obvious – apply oxygen therapy. Keep in mind that oxygen overdose is also possible and can be as harmful as long term oxygen deficiency. It is a known fact that oxygen overdose can damage lung cells permanently.
There are patients with certain type conditions that only need clinical oxygen therapy with doctor supervising the process. Most people with lung conditions simply need supportive oxygen therapy at home though.