All individuals need oxygen to survive. Many chronic diseases affect people and force them to need oxygen support. For this reason, oxygen concentrators are becoming more critical in any healthcare setting. Different health conditions can cause the oxygen levels in the body to drop. Such conditions include the flu, lung cancer, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and viruses such as the covid-19. These conditions may require oxygen concentrators, depending on the severity.
If you're utilizing an oxygen concentrator:
Purity: 93%3%, flow rate: 0–5 L/min
Outlet Pressure: 0.04-0.07 (Mpa) Sound intensity (dB): 50
AC220V 10%, 50/60 Hz 1Hz power;
Energy or power: 480W
Timer: accruing time; current time
Alarm: High & Low pressure, High Temperature, Power Failure
Weight, net: kg
Size: 365 x 375 x 600 millimetres
The Jay 5 Oxygen Concentrator Dual Flow can be used in the hospital. Most hospitals handle patients with chronic conditions who need oxygen support. However, some may require oxygen support at home, so they must be enlightened on regulating the oxygen supply.
Jay 5 Oxygen Concentrator Dual Flow uses the basic principle of Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA). This enables the machine to deliver between 90 and 96% pure oxygen depending on the patient's need. The air we breathe contains 78% nitrogen, 1% other gases and 21% oxygen. Using the PSA principle, the Jay 5 Oxygen Concentrator Dual Flow utilizes the ability of the zeolite molecular sieve to absorb nitrogen. This makes it easy to separate oxygen from the rest of the air and makes it readily available for the patient.
Generally, a large population suffers from chronic diseases worldwide. As a result, medical facilities should to be ready to deal with cases of individuals needing assistance in breathing. Oxygen concentrators have become more common and essential to enhance people’s quality of life. With increased advancement in technology and knowledge of science, more people and manufacturers have paid attention to physical health.
The technology has helped people to understand why there is an increased dependency on oxygen concentrators. Those already suffering from chronic diseases have discovered the immense help they can get from utilizing home oxygen concentrators. This has made oxygen homecare to become more acceptable and popular. Patients using any oxygen concentrator at home should have an expert or a family member who understands how the concentrator works and