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Oxygen therapy for other common diseases

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Oxygen therapy for other common diseases

  Peptic ulcer refers to the destruction of the gastric mucosal barrier due to various pathogenic factors, resulting in increased secretion of gastric acid and gastric acid, congestion, edema and even gastric mucosal ulcer formation. 98% of ulcers occur in the stomach and duodenum, so they are also called gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. The causes of peptic ulcer are complex, including genetic factors, mental factors (anxiety, sadness, tension, etc.), dietary factors (eating irregularities, spirits, strong tea, spicy, kimchi, etc.), drugs (anti-cancer drugs, antipyretics, etc.) Painkillers, etc.), smoking, etc. This disease is a common and frequently-occurring disease, which occurs in young adults. In severe cases, it can cause ulcer perforation and hemorrhage.

  Upper abdominal pain is the main manifestation of peptic ulcer. The nature of the pain is long-term, chronic, periodic, rhythmic colic. The pain of gastric ulcer usually occurs 1 hour after a meal, and it gradually relieves after 1 to 2 hours. The pain of duodenal ulcer usually starts 2 to 3 hours after a meal, and continues to relieve after the next meal. Sometimes there is pain at night, a burning sensation, accompanied by acid reflux and warm air.

  In the treatment of peptic ulcer, you should first pay attention to the dietary rules, avoid eating too stimulating food, and arrange work and rest reasonably to avoid mental stress. In terms of drug treatment, it can be taken as prescribed by the doctor: antacids (aluminum hydroxide gel, Weishuping, magnesium trisilicate, Lede stomach, etc.), choline receptor blockers (atropine, probensine, etc.), protection Gastric mucosal drugs (gastric ketone, sucralfate, etc.), histamine H. Receptor blockers (ranitidine, cimetidine, etc.). In addition, there are some traditional Chinese medicine preparations, such as Sanjiuweitai and Lede Granules.

  Although chemical ulcers are caused by excessive secretion of gastric acid and pepsin, which stimulate the mucous membrane of the digestive tract, the most common sites are the stomach and duodenal bulb. This is because the stomach and duodenal bulb lack the submucosal vascular barrier, and the blood supply only relies on a few end-arteries that effectively circulate in the side limbs, so blood flow is extremely low, causing ischemia and hypoxia, and ulcers are prone to occur. Oxygen therapy can increase blood oxygen content, improve the supply of oxygen to the gastric mucosa, reduce local edema, and help the healing of ulcers.

  Oxygen therapy for chemical ulcers should inhale pure oxygen through a nasal tube when the pain occurs, the inhalation amount is 2 to 4 open/min, and symptomatic drugs should be taken orally at the same time. If possible, oxygen can be inhaled for 1 to 2 hours for each episode. Oxygen therapy after symptoms are relieved is also very important, because it can help ulcers heal and prevent attacks. Continuous treatment can be used, inhaling oxygen 1 to 2 times a day, 1 to 2 hours each time, for 2 to 3 weeks. The patient's home can be equipped with a safe and simple oxygen inhalation device, and those with conditions can also be treated with hyperbaric oxygen. In order to prevent recurrence, after the symptoms of ulcer patients are relieved, it is best to regularly perform oxygen therapy about 20 times a year.

  Cervical spondylosis

  Cervical spondylosis refers to the formation of bone spurs due to bone hyperplasia of the cervical spine. The bone spurs compress the push artery, which blocks the blood supply of the push artery, makes the brain tissue hypoxia, and causes dizziness and nausea. Symptoms such as vomiting, numbness of the limbs, and neck discomfort.

  Such patients are mainly treated by massage, acupuncture, neck traction and other methods, and the efficacy of oral drugs is not yet satisfactory. If you can inhale pure oxygen for 1 to 2 hours a day, the flow rate can be 1 to 2 liters/min, which can improve the hypoxic state of brain tissue and reduce the symptoms of dizziness. As the hypoxic state of the cervical soft tissue is alleviated, the continued bone degeneration and calcification can be prevented. , So that joints and ligaments are not affected, prevent muscle atrophy, and play a positive role in clinical practice.

  Sudden deafness

  Sudden deafness is abbreviated as "sudden deafness", which is a common sensorineural deafness, which can be onset in all seasons, but less frequently in autumn. The age of the patients is usually 20 to 40 years old. Mental workers suffer from this disease slightly.

  The causes of sudden deafness can be roughly divided into three categories: The first category is that the cause is clear when the symptoms appear, such as inner ear damage and inner ear infection. The second category can also be diagnosed through medical history and examination, such as Meniere's disease, drug-induced deafness, syphilis, acoustic neuroma, and neurological deafness. The third category is that the cause is difficult to determine. Sudden deafness that belongs to the first and second types of conditions, each belongs to the symptoms of the original disease, has its own disease name, such as otitis, Meniere's disease, etc., and does not belong to the category of "sudden deafness". "Sudden deafness" specifically refers to people with unknown etiology who do not have the first two types of symptoms. Some scholars call this "idiopathic deafness."

  The incidence of this disease tends to increase year by year. According to statistics, in 1971 there were more than 40,000 cases in the United States each year; Japanese doctor Yuesheng carried out statistical work on deafness for 12 years and found that among 9343 patients with neurological deafness, 411 were sudden deafness. In our country, sudden deafness is also a frequently-occurring disease in otology. Although there is no exact statistical data, the incidence of sudden deafness in clinical observation is increasing year by year as in foreign countries.

  Most sudden deafness has no aura before the onset. A few people may have a history of mild colds, fatigue, or emotional agitation. Sudden deafness occurs, either suddenly reaching severe deafness, or slow-onset, gradually worsening within 1 hour to several days or a week. If the onset is sudden, the patient can hear a pop or click in the ear, and then feel deafness. Deafness is mostly one ear, and it is rare that both ears are deaf at the same time. Some people with unilateral deafness did not pay attention at the time, but only found out when they made a phone call or listened to a conversation with one ear. It is rare to cause total deafness in patients, and about 70% of them have tinnitus. Some patients experience dizziness, feel that the surrounding objects are turning, or feel that their body is spinning, accompanied by nausea and vomiting. In addition to the above symptoms, a small number of people may have symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections such as headaches and low-grade fever.

  The detailed causes of sudden deafness are not very clear at present. The more recognized causes are viral infection and vascular disease (bleeding, spasm, sclerosis, embolism) causing blood circulation disorders in the inner ear. If someone isolates the virus in the cerebrospinal fluid of a patient with "sudden deafness", the patient's deafness will not get better after various treatments. Someone observed that the blood vessels of the conjunctiva of patients with "sudden deafness" were blocked by a skin and mucosal microscope with a magnification of 55 times. From this, it can be inferred that the inner ear is also blocked. The inner ear is an organ that senses sound and manages its own balance. It is small in size, only the size of a grain of rice. The intravascular auditory artery that supplies blood to the inner ear originates from the intracranial vertebrobasilar artery and is long and thin. According to some data, the thinnest part of the internal auditory artery can only pass four red blood cells side by side, so it is prone to obstruction ischemia. The inner ear has poor tolerance to hypoxia. Once the blood supply to the inner ear is impaired, ischemia and hypoxia, cell dysfunction will quickly appear, resulting in cell damage and necrosis, resulting in a temporary or permanent decline in hearing function.

  For the drug treatment of sudden deafness, the purpose is to expand blood vessels, improve circulation and nourish nerves. Such as the use of dibaemide, niacin, 654-II, sibelin, as well as blood viscosity-lowering drugs such as low-molecular-weight dextrose, as well as drugs that promote cell metabolism ATP, coenzyme A, B vitamins and hormones Wait.

  After suffering from this disease, oxygen therapy can be combined with drug treatment to improve local oxygen entrapment, adjust the metabolism of diseased cells, and reduce functional damage caused by ischemia and hypoxia. Oxygen should be inhaled as soon as possible after the onset of the disease, and pure oxygen should be inhaled under normal pressure once a day in the morning and in the afternoon. When the total oxygen inhalation is more than 2 hours, the effect is more significant. In medical units with hyperbaric oxygen chambers, if hyperbaric oxygen therapy can be performed at the same time, the therapeutic effect will be more ideal.

  After comprehensive treatment with drugs and oxygen, more than 80% of patients can heal or get better in varying degrees. Symptoms such as dizziness and vomiting can disappear, and hearing can be restored or improved. Generally speaking, it is difficult for patients to completely disappear with tinnitus. After treatment, 50% of patients still have tinnitus of varying degrees. If the family is equipped with oxygen generators and oxygen inhalation devices, continuing to inhale oxygen for a period of time is very necessary to correct the sequelae symptoms and prevent recurrence.

Zhejiang Longfei Medical Device authorized Shenzhen Sanai Health Technology to be the exclusive agent for the overseas sales of oxygen concentrators

Zhejiang Longfei Medical Device authorized Shenzhen Sanai Health Technology to be the exclusive agent for the overseas sales of oxygen concentrators

Zhejiang Longfei Medical Device authorized Shenzhen Sanai Health Technology to be the exclusive agent for the overseas sales of oxygen concentrators
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Oxygen is life saving, not just for severe COVID-19. It is life saving for that condition, but, it is also life saving for many other conditions and thus, the investment in oxygen goes a very long way. 
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British JLA came to our company for negotiation.

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