By Li Jiang
ALI, November 14 — At the beginning of winter, a regiment under the Xinjiang PLA military command stationed on the Ali Plateau in China‘s Xizang Autonomous Region promoted the installation of hyperbaric oxygen chambers for border troops in plateau areas, for the purpose of supporting troops’ performance of duty and training exercise. A hyperbaric oxygen chamber can provide oxygen to eight soldiers at the same time. As soon as they enter the cabin, air is pumped into the chamber to increase the pressure inside the door, and their altitude reaction symptoms can be significantly relieved when the chamber pressure reaches the same level as at an altitude of about 2,000 meters.While undergoing oxygen therapy, service members can communicate with the outside through walkie-talkies and have complete relaxation of body and mind. mind by adjusting the music system inside. Meanwhile, specific treatments are given to different people based on their health status and years of service in the set areas, so as to to ensure the effectiveness of oxygen therapy. Particular attention is paid to the health care of recruits who have just entered the plateau, in order to effectively shorten their period of adaptation to the plateau.”Compared to the previous period, current oxygen therapy is more focused and has a more stable effect,” Sergeant Second Class Wang Dun said.Then the regiment will better play the role of the hyperbaric oxygen chamber, with the health status of each serviceman registered and tracked, to continue to intensify efforts to prevent the occurrence and development of diseases.