Analysis of the working principle of the hyperbaric oxygen chamber
Oxygen is carried by the blood, and when it enters the lungs, it is immediately dissolved in the blood. The dissolution process is like putting a spoonful of sugar into the water and it is quickly dissolved. The amount of dissolved oxygen in the blood of normal people is related to the pressure of the environment. We live in an atmosphere of atmospheric pressure. Since the oxygen in the air is only 1/5, there is very little dissolved oxygen in human blood, which cannot meet the needs of the human body.
Oxygen easily enters red blood cells and is transported as red blood cells move. Oxygen dissolved in the blood is very small but very important. Because the oxygen carried by red blood cells is tens of times higher than the oxygen dissolved in blood, normal people can meet the oxygen absorption of oxygen transport. Such as the hyperbaric oxygen experiment: a scientist experiment in the Netherlands in 1956. The piglet's blood was drawn from the arteries, and then the saline was injected into the vein. Then it was put into the hyperbaric oxygen chamber and added with three atmospheric pressure oxygen. The piglet lived in this hyperbaric oxygen chamber for 15 minutes and re-infused the blood After the piglet's body was alive, it was still very good. The piglet lived on dissolved oxygen. Scientists named this experiment as bloodless life. After several experiments, it was concluded that the oxygen dissolved in the blood in the hyperbaric oxygen chamber increased with the pressure of the oxygen chamber. The oxygen dissolved in the blood increased by 14 times after absorbing pure oxygen in the oxygen chamber at 2 atmospheres, and increased 21 times at 3 atmospheres.
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