The oxygen concentrator uses the oxygen supplied by the supplier who needs a higher concentration of pure oxygen. Concentration is often used at home, and in clinical settings. The machine draws oxygen directly from the indoor air and does not use oxygen cylinders. Nitrogen is absorbed by the machine and re-released into the indoor air, providing only pure oxygen patients. Oxygen cylinders do not have high flammability at risk of oxygen cylinders and do not need to be refilled. But about 3 feet, 3 feet, they are not easy to carry. Concentration requires several steps to set up a little bit of maintenance to work properly.
1. will focus on the wall. Make sure that the concentrator can reach you without using an extension cord. Put the nipple adapter or foam humidifier on the machine. Fill the maximum filling line of the foam humidifier with distilled water. Add the necessary oxygen to replenish moisture when the water reaches the "lowest" line.
2. Put the oxygen tube, nipple adapter or foam humidifier. Center Oxygen Do not use pipe length over 50 feet. Attach the end of the tube to the connector. Place the nose tube or other oxygen on the tube side of the mobile device.
3. Place the nasal catheter into the nose tip about 6.3 inches. Put the nasal catheter an oxygen tube around the ear. The rest of the pipe, allowed to fall below the chin, or behind the back. Adjust the tube, the tube below the skin close fit. When using an oxygen mask, cover the mask behind the mouthpiece. Adjust the sealing of the strap by pulling the mask on each side of the loose elastic band.
4. Turn on the oxygen machine and set it to the appropriate leveling level by the doctor's prescription. Only in the specified time and amount, use the concentration. Do not adjust the flow level, or use more than the specified time. Make sure that oxygen is found by a button on the concentrator that correctly indicates the normal flow. The button may have a green light.
5. Watch the yellow or red lights and the oxygen system is unusually concentrated. The lamp may indicate that the oxygen flow is blocked. Check that all pipelines and connection concentrators are working properly. If the machine can not properly check. Use the standby oxygen system until the problem is solved.