At present, oxygen therapy has a variety of methods, including traditional oxygen therapy (inhalation of oxygen through a nasal cannula and mask), non-invasive ventilation and high flow nasal cannula (HFNC). It is worth noticing that it is similar to other oxygen therapy methods. In contrast, HFNC has undergone continuous clinical application verification in the past 10 years and has gradually become a partial replacement for non-invasive ventilation or traditional oxygen therapy. HFNC has begun to enter the stage of widespread use worldwide, and now we need to pay more attention to its clinical rational application.
So what is high flow oxygen therapy?
High-flow oxygen therapy refers to a way of effective respiratory therapy for patients by providing high-flow, precise oxygen concentration, and warming and humidifying air-oxygen mixed gas. It can quickly improve the patient's oxygenation level and maintain the normal operation of airway mucus cilia.
The patient uses micomme OH series HFNC
Micomme's OH series high-flow oxygen therapy device provides effective respiratory treatment for patients by providing high-flow, precise oxygen concentration, and warm and humidified air-oxygen mixed gas.
Micomme OH series high-flow oxygen therapy device can quickly improve the oxygenation level of patients and maintain the normal operation of airway mucus cilia. It is mainly suitable for mild to moderate respiratory distress syndrome, hypoxemia, etc. Patients with spontaneous breathing.
Oxygen concentration automatic control technology & intelligent temperature and humidity control system & 70L/min high flow output
Features of HFNC
Provide a stable high oxygen concentration, quickly and effectively improve blood oxygen.
Wash away the physiological anatomical dead space, reduce inhale carbon dioxide again.
Form a certain positive airway pressure to keep the airway open.
Adequate humidification and warming make the airway mucus cilia cleansing function in the best condition.
Comfortable user experience improves compliance.
Clinical application of HFNC
Mild to moderate acute respiratory failure, sequential treatment after extubation, respiratory distress syndrome, auxiliary endoscopy, post-cardiothoracic surgery, cardiogenic pulmonary edema, pulmonary fibrosis, palliative treatment.
Respiratory department, emergency department, neurology, neurosurgery, ICU, geriatrics, cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, pediatrics