Definition

Oxygen therapy is a medical treatment designed to bring oxygen to the body by the respiratory route. It can take place in a hospital (most often) or at home, in case of chronic problem (chronic respiratory failure).

Indications

Treatment with oxygen therapy is indicated in the following cases:

Additional oxygen is indicated here in adults when PpO2 (partial pressure of oxygen dissolved in arterial blood) is less than 60 mmHg (8 kPa) and / or AsO2 (arterial oxygen saturation) is lower at 90%.

High-level oxygen therapy (> 15 l / min) should be almost systematic in extra-hospital patients for life-threatening medical or surgical conditions, including in patients with chronic respiratory insufficiency.

The LTOT applies to patients suffering from chronic respiratory insufficiency (CRI) whose PpO2 is lower than or equal to 55 mmHg during several checks over several weeks, apart from a decompensation episode, under optimal medical treatment .

Objectives

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Eliminates most of the anatomic dead space

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Creates a high reservoir of FiO2 in the nasal cavity

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Improves gas exchange

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Significantly reduces breathing effort

Equipments

CINVACARE PERFECT  O2V CONCENTRATOR

Oxygen concentrator 5 liters / 18.2 kg

CONCENTRATOR INVACARE PLATINUM9

High flow rate oxygen concentrator

INVACARE  PLATINUM MOBILE CONCENTRATOR

the new portable oxygen concentrator.

Adress

23,25,27 Centre Molka Manar2, 2092, Tunis – Tunisie

communication@oxygena.com.tn

Contact us

  • Phone :  +216 71 882 860
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  • Fax : +216 71 882 443
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