London: Suffering from cluster headaches? There will be help at hand soon, as scientists have developed a new mask-like device that delivers a super-fast oxygen boost to tackle the painful condition. When put over the face, the new device releases oxygen into the airways of people with the condition which strike sufferers repeatedly in a short space of time. The device, which is on trial at the Geisinger Clinic in Pennsylvania, in the US, contains a special valve to help pump more air by breathing harder, a newspaper reported. The gadget delivers 160 litres of oxygen per minute which researchers hope will bring speedy relief. The old-style continuous flow delivered just 15 litres per minute. Patients will use the gadget, which needs to be attached to an oxygen cylinder, when they feel the first symptoms.
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