Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is abbreviated as COPD, a chronic lung disease characterized by incompletely reversible airflow limitation. Patients with COPD often have chronic cough, sputum expectoration, and often feel short of breath and have difficulty breathing. When the airway is severely obstructed, they usually have difficulty breathing but not cough.
The main function of COPD ventilator
When the patient inhales, it helps the patient to make the air flow into the lung smoothly. When the patient exhales, it helps the patient to expel the excess air in the alveoli, allowing the patient to exchange gas smoothly, and improve the body's hypoxia and carbon dioxide retention.
The benefits of long-term use of ventilator for patients with COPD
The ventilator can reduce the work of breathing of the patient, reduce the burden on the respiratory muscles, and improve the fatigue of the respiratory muscles.
Patients use a ventilator to regularly discharge carbon dioxide, ensure blood oxygen content, prevent the occurrence of hypercapnia, thereby reducing the number of acute COPD attacks and hospitalizations. Ultimately improve the patient's quality of life and longevity.
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