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Howda Designz is a creator of a seat product for adults and children that is being used by schools and parents nationwide. Howda Designz design products which last, help people in their daily lives, and make them smile. HowdaSEAT and HowdaHUGS are their popular products and every Howda product is made in the USA. We at HPFY stores, offer Adjustable Children/Adult Seat, Shearling Cap Cover, Carry Pouch etc.

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Frequently asked questions

Oxygen therapy is supplementing oxygen supply for someone who is not able to breathe in adequate amount of oxygen due to a medical reason. This can be owing to a lung disease, heart failure or related conditions.

Yes. For oxygen therapy, a doctor’s prescription is required because oxygen is a medical drug.

Oxygen therapy may be given to patients in hospitals and by first aiders in ambulance when a patient is in transit. In situation when an illness leads to hypoxemia, oxygen therapy may be required. Oxygen therapy is also required in the following circumstances:

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Chronic asthma
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Heart failure
  • Pulmonary hypertension

Different types of oxygen therapy systems include compressed oxygen cylinders, oxygen concentrators and resuscitators.