CPR

Ventilator (CPR)

This assists the affected organ to breathe in case of difficulty in doing so.

Breathing tubes are connected to the patient’s airways to help them breathe.

In general, during the breathing process, oxygen enters your lungs, and carbon dioxide exits from them, but in the case of infection with the new Corona virus, the virus may cause fluid to accumulate in the lungs, causing difficulty in breathing.

Here comes the need to use a respirator to pump oxygen to the lungs.

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Ventilator complications

Infections and infections

Pneumonia

Sinus infections

lung damage

pneumothorax

Hypoxemia

pulmonary edema

Cognitive and thinking problems

muscle weakness

blood clots

vocal cord damage

bronchial obstruction;

atelectasis of the lung

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How long is the need for this device?

It should be noted that the ventilator does not work to treat infection with the emerging coronavirus or any other disease, but it helps you survive until your lungs recover and regain their ability to work again.

 
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What are the situations that require the use of a muzzle?

These are the most prominent cases that may require placing the patient under a ventilator:

 

Respiratory failure

The patient may develop acute respiratory failure as a result of the following:

Certain diseases and health problems, such as lung disease, polio, respiratory distress syndrome, sepsis, pneumonia, and the emerging coronavirus (Covid-19). Some injuries and accidents, such as head injuries, spinal cord injuries

 

Undergoing some surgeries

In some cases, a ventilator can be used to help the patient breathe normally while undergoing some types of surgeries, especially surgeries where the patient may be exposed to anesthesia that may hinder his ability to breathe.

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