Positive Pressure Therapy
Positive pressure therapy is a breathing treatment that delivers medication to your lungs and helps you to take deep breaths.
What You Need to Know
- Allow the IPPB (intermittent positive pressure breathing) machine to fill your lungs.
- Don't inhale faster than the flow of air from the machine.
- Make sure no air escapes from your nose. You may need to use a nose clamp.
- If you feel dizzy during your therapy session, the therapist will turn off the machine until you no longer feel dizzy.
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