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Inhalation combined with vetdrop
Horses breathe an average of about 15 times per minute.
Like us humans, they absorb oxygen that is in the air. The normal amount of oxygen in air is 21%.
How does oxygen get into the body.
As with us humans, the oxygen is inhaled into the lungs. The oxygen is transferred through the alveoli to the red blood pigment hemoglobin, which transports it through the bloodstream to the rest of the body. The lungs secrete the CO2 that is created when food and energy are burned in the body.
The organs need energy to function. The energy comes from daily food or from the body's own fat supply. When we ingest food, we have to convert it into energy, which is done with the help of oxygen.
Our cells need energy or they don't work. Without the conversion there is no energy, which means that without oxygen we cannot survive.
Due to modern industrial society and global warming, severe pollution and industrial fog, as well as the enormously increased pressure due to the increased diffusion of pollen at unusual times, it would be great if your horses inhaled oxygen for maximum and highly beneficial energy conversion and saturation for all cells and organs.
A lack of oxygen leads to stress, the horse becomes susceptible to diseases, has more problems with bronchial disease, has problems with heart disease. It can also cause poor circulation in the limbs and can even cause hearing and sight problems. Obviously, it also causes chronic skin diseases and wears out and tears the joints.
Today we are able to combine many inhalation systems with our vetdrop system. This means that if you are treating your horses for inhalation problems, you can easily combine our system with the inhalation system at extremely low cost and achieve a much better result.
Our system is capable of 98% medical oxygen at a flow rate of 9 liters per minute. Since we are not using this for medical purposes (i.e. for breathing during an operation) but for useful purposes, we are distributing between 80-90 percent oxygen to the animal at a slightly higher flow rate through the mask. The oxygen is mixed with the inhaler and goes to the lungs and body, which has a much better effect overall.
A little bit about our history and why we decided it was worth making Vetdrop