Did You Know?
Oxygen in blood levels is a very important level that needs to be monitored consistently. Most people watch and calculate these levels by using a pulse oximeter.
A normal range is from 95-100% once the levels fall below 95% the oxygen levels in the blood are below normal range and experts recommend that a person who has below a 88% should go see a pulmonology specialist before there are any adverse effects on the body.
There are several ways oxygen can be low in the blood. Pus, blood, or water filling the air sacs in the lungs, blood clots in the lung, scarring or loss of lung tissue are some of many ways why a person’s oxygen levels are under normal range.
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