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Narrowed airways, heart disease, circulatory problems or a loss of alveoli can be the cause of an inadequate supply of oxygen.
Pressure reducers, liquid oxygen systems, oxygen concentrators, oxygen filling stations and oxygen saving systems are used for treatment.
Pressure reducers reduce the pressure from the gas cylinders to the operating pressure required by the patient.
Liquid oxygen systems allow liquid oxygen to vaporize into gas and make it available to the patient at room temperature.
Oxygen concentrators draw in the space flow and filter it into the chemical components. The oxygen-enriched air is then passed directly to the patient.
Oxygen filling stations work on the principle of an oxygen concentrator and extract oxygen from the room air. The oxygen obtained is compressed and then filled into a bottle.