Douglas bag


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bag

 [bag]
a flexible container; see also pocket, pouch and sac.
colostomy bag a receptacle worn over the stoma by a colostomy patient, to receive the fecal discharge.
Douglas bag a receptacle for the collection of exhaled air, permitting measurement of respiratory gases; typically used to measure dead space to tidal volume ratio (VD/VT).
ileostomy bag any of various plastic or latex pouches attached to the stoma either for collection of fecal material as a continent ileal reservoir or for collection of urine as a neobladder.
micturition bag a receptacle used for urine by ambulatory patients with urinary incontinence.
Politzer bag a soft bag of rubber for inflating the eustachian tube.
bag of waters popular name for the amniotic sac.

Doug·las bag

(dŭg'lăs),
a large bag in which expired gas is collected for several minutes to determine oxygen consumption in humans under conditions of actual work.
[C.G. Douglas]

Doug·las bag

(dŭg'lăs bag)
A large bag in which expired gas is collected for several minutes to determine oxygen consumption in humans under conditions of actual work.
[C.G. Douglas]

Douglas,

Claude G., English physiologist, 1882-1963.
Douglas bag - a large bag in which expired gas is collected for several minutes to determine oxygen consumption in humans under conditions of actual work.

bag

a sac or pouch. A farmer's term for udder.

bag-in-a-bottle
a basic form of ventilator used in gaseous anesthesia in which an expandable bag is enclosed in a bottle. Injection or extraction of air in the bottle causes expansion and contraction of the bag and controls ventilation.
Douglas bag
a receptacle for the collection of expired air, permitting measurement of respiratory gases.
fecal bag
strapped to an animal in such a way as to catch the fecal output. Used in experimental work or clinical investigation in ambulatory animals especially sheep.
hard bag
a name given to the udder induration seen with some cases of maedi.
sterilizing bag
any of several types of paper or plastic bags used to package individual instruments in the autoclaving process.
urine bag
a bag strapped to the animal, usually an ambulatory sheep, in such a way as to collect the total urinary output.
bag of waters
the membranes enclosing the amniotic fluid and the developing fetus in utero.
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The most effective and commonly used method for measuring the respiratory drive in response to CO2 is based on progressive increases in CO2 in a re-breathing or Douglas bag.
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