The Importance Of Oxygen

Oxygen is the spark of life.

Maintaning the proper level of oxygen in the blood isvital to maintain good health.

In fact, it is a primary requirement in order for us to live.

We all now that we can survive without eating solid food for three weeks. We can live without drinking water for three days. But without oxygen, even for just three minutes may cause many health problems.

Oxygen is the energy to all cells in the body.

When our body is oxygen deficient, vital nutrients from food and nutritional supplements cannot be metabolized effectively, and toxins and pollutants cannot be properly oxidized and eliminated.

Studies reveal that oxygen deficiency is linked to a vast variety if not all-health problems and diseases.

Dr. Arthur C. Guyton, M.D. included this statement in The Textbook of Medical Physiology: “…all chronic pain, suffering and  diseases are caused from a lack of oxygen at the cell level.”

A growing number of researchers have now confirmed that the best way to improve health may be  related to the optimum oxygenation of every cell.

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Can We Breathe Liquid?

The concept of fluid breathing began in the mid ‘60s when Dr. J.Kylstra, a physiologist at the State University of New York at Buffalo, realize that solutions could be saturated with oxygen at high pressures.

Working in a US Navy recompression chamber, Kylstra performed an experiment to see if mice would be able to move the saline solution in and out of their lungs, while extracting enough oxygen from the fluid to be able to survive. The test animal survived for almost 18 hours.

The ability of liquid perfluorochemicals (PFCs) to support “liquid breathing” was first demonstrated in the early 190s by immersing a mouse in a glass breaker filled with an PFC. Although it was completely submerged in the liquid, the mouse was able to breathe, which proved that the PFC was able to facilitate the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide.

Development of Liquid Oxygen in Modern Medicine

Dr. John Kier is the head of the Cardiology Department of Boston’s Children’s Hospital and a Professor at the Harvard Medical School.

He had a 9 month old patient that is suffering from pneumonia and has trouble breathing. One night the patient had an emergency and Dr. Kier needs to operate on her. But the oxygen level in her blood dropped so low and the patient died few days later.

This experience led him to research on how to increase the oxygen level in the blood if the patient cannot breathe.

Dr. Kier believes that extending the oxygenation of the blood by minutes can mean the difference between life and death. He also said that: “Patients who are unable to breathe because of acute lung failure or an obstructed airway need another way to get oxygen in their blood and fast to avoid cardiac arrest or brain injury.”

After years of continuous research and studies, Dr. John Kier finally created an injectable form of oxygen. His research was featured in several scientific and medical journals and on its way to be develop for commercial use.