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By Overlord Alex
01/27/2021 08:06 pm
Updated: 01/27/2021 08:06 pm
Patients with lung disease having trouble breathing should be treated with oxygen treatment. This includes the supply of "extra" oxygen through a face-mask or by narrow tubes inserted in the nose called nasal prongs. This added oxygen can be 100 percent pure oxygen in concentrations. The oxygen content in natural air is just 21%. The high oxygen level will help supply all the organs in the body with adequate oxygen. Unfortunately, 100 percent oxygen can induce lung modifications, potentially dangerous, over prolonged periods of time. Researchers claim it can be received over a longer time span by reducing the amount of oxygen therapy to 40 percent.