The use of pure oxygen plays an important role in controlling respiratory diseases and controlling potential risks. In operating rooms, ICUs, ICUs, as well as for respiratory patients, it is necessary to use an oxygen nozzle to deliver oxygen.
The nozzle is used to deliver extra oxygen or increase airflow to a patient or person who needs breathing assistance. This tube is very light, one end of which is divided into two branches that are placed in the nostrils. Oxygen nozzle helps to transfer a mixture of air and oxygen to the patient.
2- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia
4- Sleep apnea or temporary cessation of breathing during sleep
5- Chronic lung diseases
6- People hospitalized due to cardiac arrest
7- Cystic fibrosis
1- Easy to use
2- Do not cut off oxygen supply when coughing, talking, eating, taking medicine, etc.
3- More mobility
4- Oxygen supply between 1 to 6 liters per minute
5- Proper size of the tentacles and as a result no annoyance Patient and reduce the possibility of rotation and capping due to contact with the nasal wall
6. When the patient needs to open the airways