Author：MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturers
Humidifier humidifiers of household sleep ventilator usually belong to the dismantling part of the ventilator. It includes a humidifier and a water tank or water box. It is recommended to use distilled water for humidifying water. Under the humidifier, you usually see a heating chassis. When the pressure airflow passes from the water box, the moisture is added to the air into the nose, throat, and lungs. The current ventilator humidifier basically achieves humidification by heating. By heating the water body, more water can be carried when the airflow passes.
Patients using household sleep ventilator will feel dry throat and nasal cavity when sleeping at night. This is the result of using the ventilator to compress the airflow throughout the night. If the patient uses high pressure, even the ventilator is used in a humid environment. Pressure airflow can also cause dry nasal cavity. Dry air can further stimulate the nasal cavity, causing inflammation and swelling, which worsen these diseases. By using the heating humidifier, you can transport the humid hot air to the nasal channel to alleviate your nasal congestion.
Moreover, not only the dryness of the air can cause such problems, the cold airflow will also increase this problem. Instant ventilator users are afraid of using humidifiers in winter, because many "condensation water" will produce many "condensate water" and interfere with sleep. Nowadays, the good humidification systems are designed with heating pipes, which helps maintain the temperature in the pipeline and mask, which greatly reduces the chance of cold water.
This is why many ventilator wearers choose to heat and humidify the humidifier. It can not only increase water in the air in the ventilator mask, but also increase the temperature to allow the wearer to experience the more comfortable part of the ventilator treatment.