actually i read a comment of yours at amina's post in 2002.
Sir if you still here and reading this message,
please reply as soon as possible i really need your opinion as my mother has got almost a same case as amina's dad had got.
Just wanted to remind you that oxygen disassociates from hemaglobin below 92%. I am always a little miffed as to where 90% came from, as many doctors consider this to be the level of concern, and don't even get me started on the 88% that many doctors quote which is the level at which insurance companies will actually pay for home oxygen.
Hope you find this helpful, over the past 11 years I have found this to be THE most important factor in cardiac and pulmonary rehab. Do a google search for EWOT as well, many of my patients completely illiminated their deficit using this philosophy!
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