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Respiratory Care

A healthy respiratory system is very essential for overall health of a person, the oxygen inhaled through lungs is delivered to all body parts. The importance of the respiratory system is further understood by the role the system plays in the function of other systems in the body, such as the circulatory system. After oxygen enters the blood, it travels through the body and is picked up by red blood cells. The oxygen is carried by the red blood cells to the heart. From the heart, the oxygen-enriched red blood cells are pumped into tissues and arteries throughout the whole body.

However, most people do not pay attention to the importance of our respiratory system. Air pollution and smoking are just some of the things that could affect and harm the respiratory system. Increasing pollution and present day lifestyle are putting our health at a greater risk and an increasing number of people are suffering from respiratory issues like Asthma, Bronchitis, COPD etc. Not to worry, taking care of your respiratory health has become easier with present day technologies and medical equipments, some of which are:

BiPAP: (also referred to as BPAP) stands for Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure, and is very similar in function and design to a CPAP machine (continuous positive airway pressure). Similar to a CPAP machine, A BiPAP machine is a non-invasive form of therapy for patients suffering from sleep apnea.

CPAP: (also referred to as continuous positive airway pressure), is a treatment that uses mild air pressure to keep the airways open. CPAP typically is used by people who have breathing problems, such as sleep apnea.

Electrocardiography (ECG): It is the process of recording the electrical activity of the heart over a period of time using electrodes placed on a patient's body. These electrodes detect the tiny electrical changes on the skin that arise from the heart muscle depolarizing during each heartbeat.

Inhaler: When asthma symptoms get worse and the wheezing and coughing sets in, it's the inhaler to the rescue. Medication for asthma is most commonly taken through an inhaler, which is a device that helps you get the medication straight into your lungs where it is needed. The medicine inside an inhaler goes straight into the airways when you breathe in. This means that you need a much smaller dose than if you were to take the medicine as a tablet or liquid by mouth. The airways and lungs are treated, but little of the medicine gets into the rest of the body.

Lungs Exerciser: Lungs exerciser is a breakthrough product for improving endurance through better breathing training. Research supports that this type of lung trainer significantly improves the strength of the respiratory muscles, and increases the volume of lung air/oxygen intake.

Nasal Aspirator: A nasal aspirator removes congestion by drawing fluids out through the baby’s nostrils. It immediately makes it easier for the baby to breathe.

Nebulizer: A nebulizer changes medication from a liquid to a mist so that it can be more easily inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers are particularly effective in delivering asthma medications to infants and small children and to anyone who has difficulty using an asthma inhaler. It is also convenient when a large dose of an inhaled medication is needed. Nebulized therapy is often called a "breathing treatment." And a variety of medications, both for immediate relief and maintenance of asthma symptoms are available for use with a nebulizer.

Pulse Monitor/Pulse Oximeter: Pulse oximetry is a simple non-invasive method of monitoring the percentage of haemoglobin (Hb) which is saturated with oxygen. The pulse oximeter consists of a probe attached to the patient's finger or ear lobe which is linked to a computerised unit. The unit displays the percentage of Hb saturated with oxygen together with an audible signal for each pulse beat, a calculated heart rate and in some models, a graphical display of the blood flow past the probe. Audible alarms which can be programmed by the user are provided. An oximeter detects hypoxia before the patient becomes clinically cyanosed.

Vaporizer: Vaporizers are small portable devices that heat water to produce steam which is then projected from the vaporizer into the rest of the room. Vaporizers are used as an alternative to cool mist humidifiers. Because vaporizers boil the water before releasing steam, there is less of a chance of bacteria and fungus being introduced into the air. Additives are commonly used to help relieve the symptoms of colds or allergies, such as a stuffy nose, sinus congestion or chest congestion.

Ventilator: A medical ventilator is a machine designed to mechanically move breathable air into and out of the lungs, to provide the mechanism of breathing for a patient who is physically unable to breathe, or breathing insufficiently. Ventilators are chiefly used in intensive care medicine, home care, and emergency medicine (as standalone units) and in anesthesia (as a compone

VPAP: VPAP machines provide a Bi-level treatment in various cases of sleep apnea and other medical conditions. These conditions include some types of respiratory disorders, sleep disorders (e.g. obstructive and central sleep apnea) and other syndromes such as lung diseases, neuromuscular diseases and skeletal diseases. The Bi-level VPAP machines deliver 2 sets of pressures; high pressure during inhalation and low pressure during exhalation. The advanced models of this series feature a Spontaneous Mode that initiates breathing when necessary and turns these machines into a non-invasive ventilator.

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