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Oxygen Therapy for COPD

1 Jun 2017
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Oxygen Therapy for COPD

For those considering the use of oxygen therapy for COPD, it’s important to remember that the form of treatment is ultimately supplemental. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to breakdown the history and use of oxygen therapy for COPD and how it may work for you.

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Oxygen Saturation and What it Means for You

29 May 2017
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Understanding oxygen saturation and what it means for you is important to being proactive in your healthcare. Read on to learn more about oxygen saturation here.

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Oxygen Levels: What Do My Numbers Mean?

22 May 2017
| Under Lifestyle, Lung Disease, Medical, Oxygen Levels | Posted by | 12 Comments
Oxygen Levels: What Do My Numbers Mean?

Breaking down your oxygen levels and knowing the steps that may improve them is key to improving your respiratory health. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you the information you need on Oxygen Levels: What Do My Numbers Mean?

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Portable Oxygen Concentrators: Benefits, Drawbacks and Alternatives

18 Apr 2017
| Under Lung Disease, Medical, Oxygen Levels | Posted by | 5 Comments
Portable Oxygen Concentrators: Benefits, Drawbacks and Alternatives

Portable oxygen concentrators can be a wonderful tool to those burdened by the inconvenience of oxygen tanks. However, they aren’t without their drawbacks. With your health in mind the Lung Institute is here to break down Portable Oxygen Concentrators: Benefits, Drawbacks and Alternatives.

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How COPD Affects Oxygen Saturation Levels

3 Mar 2018
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How COPD Affects Oxygen Saturation Levels

For those living with COPD, there are many aspects of one’s health to monitor. One of those aspects is oxygen saturation levels. As COPD progresses, oxygen saturation levels get worse. Learn more about how COPD affects oxygen saturation levels.

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Oxygen Saturation Levels: What Do They Mean, and What Can You Do?

20 Jan 2018
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Oxygen Saturation Levels: What Do They Mean, and What Can You Do?

The importance of your body’s oxygen saturation levels may not be immediately obvious, but they can have a huge effect on how you think and feel day to day. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to breakdown Oxygen Saturation Levels: What Do They Mean, and What Can You Do?

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Blood Oxygen Level: What It Means to You

1 Sep 2016
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Blood Oxygen Level: What It Means to You

The words “blood oxygen level” are talked about lot if you have COPD, pulmonary fibrosis, emphysema or another chronic lung disease, but what blood oxygen level means might not have been explained to you. Continue reading to learn how oxygen is moved throughout your body, what blood oxygen level means to you and ways to improve your blood oxygen level.

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5 Simple Tips for Improving Low Blood Oxygen Levels

15 Jul 2016
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5 Simple Tips for Improving Low Blood Oxygen Levels

For those suffering from lung disease such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the need for more oxygen is a consistent one. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you 5 Simple Tips for Improving Low Blood Oxygen Levels.

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Top 5 Plants for Increasing Oxygen

Top 5 Plants for Increasing Oxygen

For people living with a chronic lung disease, keeping indoor air rich with fresh oxygen is important. Keep reading to see which 5 plants made our list of best plants to increase oxygen.

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