Author：MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturers
Misunderstanding 1. Wearing breathing opportunities to generate dependence
The ventilation therapy of household ventilator is actually a physical treatment method. The principle is actually very simple, that is, blowing. However, different diseases needed for different diseases are also different, so there are many models and modes. However, it is not based on dependence.
Misunderstanding 2. Use breathing opportunities to cause oxygen poisoning?
The essence of oxygen concentration is caused by long -term high concentration of oxygen absorbing. The ventilator blows the air. It does not produce oxygen, so there is no oxygen poisoning.
Misunderstanding III. Can the use of ventilator be suffocated?
Those who have this idea may think that the mask is completely sealed. When wearing a ventilator, you can only wait for the ventilator to get angry. This is wrong. If you do nt believe it, you can find a medical device shop to wear a mask. In fact, the mask itself itself There are exhaust holes and asphyxia devices, and there will be no so -called asphyxia.
Misunderstanding 4. The tighter the mask, the better?
The mask is not tightened, the better. The regular mask is very comfortable to wear. Some patients will be pulled tightly after wearing a mask, afraid of leakage. In fact, the excessive tightness may cause excessive pressure, affect the blood circulation, and cause indentation of the nasal surface. Generally speaking, after fixing the headband, it is advisable to adjust the loosening until 1-2 fingers.
In the process of daily use of home ventilator, according to the requirements of related products, we can effectively alleviate the difficulty of breathing during sleep, but if you want to use the home ventilator to improve your own breathing or need a medical ventilator, Patients, then the home ventilator is inappropriate. According to the doctor's suggestion, choose the appropriate method, and more related product information about home ventilator, you can consult: 400-6656-888.