The following diseases require oxygen therapy:
- Respiratory : Respiratory system diseases affect lung ventilation disorders, such as bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis, pulmonary heart disease, etc.
- Cardiology: cardiac insufficiency, coronary heart disease, angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, etc.
- Emergency : Acute carbon monoxide and other harmful gas poisoning and its sequelae, asphyxia, hypoxic brain dysfunction after cardiopulmonary resuscitation, hemorrhagic shock, etc.
- Neurology: Coma patients, such as cerebrovascular accident, multiple cerebral infarction, ischemic encephalopathy, stroke sequelae, brain atrophy, dementia, etc.
- Surgery: Hemorrhagic shock, traumatic brain injury, acute cerebral edema, postoperative removal of cerebral hemorrhage lesions, postoperative intracranial tumors, etc.
- Obstetrics and Gynecology: Pregnancy complications, habitual abortion, threatened abortion, irregularly prolonged labor or poor fetal heart sounds, etc.
- Pediatrics: Cerebral palsy, hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, external hydrocephalus, brain dysplasia, etc.
- Otolaryngology: Sudden deafness, vertigo syndrome, tinnitus, intractable otitis, etc.
The following people can be treated with oxygen inhalation health care:
- Sub-health status: Relieve fatigue, dizziness, irritability, poor breathing, loss of appetite and other symptoms due to work stress.
- Improve eyesight: The retina is sensitive to insufficient oxygen, and it will cause dazzling and blurred vision when hypoxia. Timely supplementation of oxygen can eliminate the above symptoms.
- Health care for pregnant women: Regular oxygen inhalation after 6 months of pregnancy can improve the physical function of pregnant women and benefit the growth and development of the fetus.
- Oxygen inhalation for geriatric care