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Announcing our Give Back Campaign - This Month Firefighters get Free Oxygen
This month marks the first in our campaign to Give Back to the community by offering oxygen therapy to those who serve and those who are in need. We are personally connected to those who were affected by wildfires this year and therefore wish to give back to our brave firefighters who face some of the most polluted air to save lives and homes. If you know a firefighter, tell them to come by Pro Oxygen all this month for a free Oxygen Bar session. #Airpollution #RespiratoryI
This Winter, Stay Cozy without the CO
Winter means warm and cozy nights by the fire, hot chocolate, and snowfall, but it can also unfortunately mean an elevated risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless gas produced when any fuel such as gasoline, kerosene, natural gas, methane, or propane, burns incompletely due to inadequate oxygen. Carbon monoxide poisoning is a leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in the U.S. It decreases the blood's ability to carry oxygen to
Reducing the Damaging Effects of CO with HBOT
The Dog Head Wildfire in New Mexico and its associated health effects, including carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, reminds us of this article in the Neurological Review written by our chief Medical Officer, Dr. Kenneth Stoller. Carbon monoxide is an odorless and colorless gas that mixes with air and can be found wherever organic material is burned in incomplete combustion, including concentrations of 30% in automobile exhaust gas. CO is the most common cause of poisoning in th
It's that Dreaded Time of Year Again
In the southwest, it's that dreaded time of year again. Wildfire season. This year, protect your health from symptoms of smoke exposure by following the New Mexico Department of Health's 5-3-1 visibility method. Less than 5 If you can see less than five miles, air quality is poor for children, seniors, pregnant women and people with respiratory illnesses. Less than 3 If you can see less than three miles, those at risk should remain indoors and others should avoid outdoor act
Research & News
Check out the latest in oxygen & hyperbaric therapy research.
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