Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is the treatment of pure oxygen in the environment of more than one atmosphere of pressure called hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Ordinary oxygen inhalation is in an atmospheric pressure environment, and the inhalation is not pure oxygen. The oxygen concentration and pressure are small and there is no effect of hyperbaric oxygen. The commonly used pressure unit in clinical practice is absolute pressure.
Hospitals that rely on compressed air for treatment cannot compromise on air purity because any pollution can endanger the lives and health of the patient
Must reduce noise, and device size
Typical uses of compressed air in the Hospitals industry include:
. Oxygen supply equipment— Provides high purity air
. Gas supply equipment— Provides efficient exhaust efficiency
. Air curtains — to create a safe and clean area