Therapeutic gases and their applications.
Gaschema therapeutic gas. Respiratory oxygen is a pure oxygen gas for oxygen therapy that meets international production quality standards. Oxygen therapy or oxygen therapy is the supply of oxygen to patients with acute or chronic heart and lung disease that results in a decrease in oxygen saturation (hypoxemia) and recurrent or persistent dyspnoea.
Oxygen for therapy and respiration
Oxygen is essential for the maintenance of life and the existence of all living organisms. It is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas. Oxygen enters the human body through the lungs, that is, the lungs carry oxygen from the inhaled air to the blood and release carbon dioxide, which is formed in the body during physiological processes.
Oxygen therapy has many benefits. It stimulates respiratory functions, provides energy, ensures that the whole body and organs function better and perform their tasks. In chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and oxygen deficiency, oxygen therapy is used, which improves quality of life and prolongs life expectancy.
The oxygen dose and delivery systems are selected depending on the level of hypoxemia and the disease or condition that caused the hypoxemia.
Oxygen is used according to your doctor’s recommendations. The amount of oxygen you need is determined by tests.