A non invasive breathing machine can be applied without any traumatic operation of the body.
It mainly uses the nose to assist breathing through a mask to help patients, and it plays the role of breathing assistance.
Therefore, a non invasive breathing machine can increase effective breathing volume and improve the breathing function of the human body to improve its hypoxia, correct hypoxia, maintain the body's acid-base balance, etc. There are many different types of non invasive ventilator.
The non invasive breathing machine can also provide respiratory support to critically ill patients to maintain life. And it can provide conditions for further treatment and rehabilitation of patients, especially critically ill patients. The non invasive breathing machine mainly connects patients and breathing through a mask or a nasal mask.
Therefore, there are many advantages of using the non invasive breathing machine. It has relatively little damage to patients and is more flexible in application, which can ensure that the patients have swallowing and speaking functions. In this way, patients are easy to accept. These are all beneficial aspects of the application of the non invasive breathing machine.
The non invasive breathing machine also has side effects. For example, it is easy for patients to have abdominal distension and aspiration during use. The airflow of the non invasive breathing machine is relatively strong so that patients can feel a very strong wind blowing and it is not easy to tolerate such situations.