Nasal Pillow Masks

Posted on Apr 09, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Nasal pillows fit at the nares to supply an adequate amount of air pressure. They are a perfect choice if you feel claustrophobic in masks that cover more of your face. They have ample space, and provide a full field vision.

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Nasal Masks

Posted on Apr 09, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Nasal masks cover the nose completely and provide adequate air pressure. They are highly recommended for people who have been prescribed a high pressure setting. They are also very flexible and therefore are a good choice if you tend to move a lot in your sleep.

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Full Face Masks

Posted on Apr 09, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Full face masks cover the nose as well as the mouth and then supply adequate air pressure. They are an option for those people who have a nasal obstruction or congestion which can make breathing through the nose a bit difficult.

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Suction Pipes

Posted on Apr 05, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Suction catheters or aspirators are long flexible tubes used in intensive care to expel fluids from the mouth and airways of critically ill patients. Critically ill patients often have difficulty with swallowing or coughing. Expulsion of these fluids is necessary to make sure the lungs remain clean and the patient is able to breathe comfortably.

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Sucking out the Obstructions - With Suction Machines

Posted on Apr 05, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

The establishment of a clear airway is a vital part of basic life support and there are mechanical devices which are available to assist the clearance of the upper airway during resuscitation or recovering. Aspirators or suction machines are designed to expel obstructive secretions, gas, liquids (e.g., blood), and foreign bodies from the trachea and/or bronchial tubes.

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Regulating the Supply – Oxygen Regulators

Posted on Apr 04, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Oxygen regulators are devices that allow a person to adjust the liter flow from 1-25 liters per minute depending on the liter flow the doctor has prescribed for the device you are using. There are regulators for children too where the regulation is from 1 -32 litres and comes in small doses.

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Move And Breathe – Travel CPAP Machines

Posted on Apr 04, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Many people around the world have to travel a lot for their jobs and businesses. Different cities mean different kind of surroundings and different kind of climate and weather conditions. Breathing effectively can be a task for people if the conditions are not so viable enough. That is why we have travel CPAP machines.

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A Buyer’s Guide For PEP Therapy Systems

Posted on Mar 25, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Positive expiratory pressure therapy or the PEP therapy is an airway clearance technique for patients that have Cystic Fibrosis. A positive pressure is generated in the airways by breathing out with a moderate force through a resistance, which helps to keep them open. This positive pressure allows airflow to get under the areas of mucus obstruction and move the mucus toward the larger airways.

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Measuring Asthma

Posted on Mar 23, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

Daily exposure to asthma triggers can cause airway inflammation in kids with asthma even when they're not having any specific breathing problems. Airway inflammation develops over time, and puts kids at a risk for unexpected flare-ups. They might feel okay, even as their airways are swell, become narrow, and eventually get blocked.

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CPAP Humidifiers - Humidity and Pressurized Air

Posted on Mar 23, 2016 by Taikhum Sadiq

A CPAP Heated Humidifier is home to a water chamber, which it heats to moisturize the air provided by your machine. Together they are ideal for those who find that the machine is leaving them with a dry mouth, sore nasal passages or simply find the air cold and therefore very uncomfortable.

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