2003) Ventilatory and metabolic response to rebreathing
the expired air in the snorkel.
cardiac output--Operating principles of the NICO system.
In the earlier version, Grannan was in the mouse head for an additional 20 minutes while he sat in a fake hot air balloon high above the stage waiting to make his descent into the scene, all the while rebreathing
his own air and getting a little light-headed.
The study protocol involved baseline assessment of fetal pulmonary circulation, following which 60% oxygen was administered by rebreathing
mask to the mothers.
It has been postulated that the rebreathing
of carbon dioxide may contribute to sudden infant death.
The Sanders Apparatus, which embodies the most practical construction for the administration of Ethylene-oxygen, Nitrous Oxide-oxygen, Carbon dioxide, and Ether combined as desired, by the Gatch rebreathing
method, was devised in our own service by L.
Of the 6,000 babies who die of SIDS annually, more than 30 percent are found on their stomachs, and medical experts say death may have been caused by suffocation or by rebreathing
carbon dioxide trapped in traditional bedding.
of carbon dioxide can lead to accidental suffocation of infants.
But the new work indicates that babies attempting to turn aside from a bean-bag pillow "would only have deepened their rebreathing
pocket without gaining access to fresh air," Kemp and Thach write in the June 27 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE.
3809/15 oxygen mask transparent vinyl bag with valve reservoir and low resistance to avoid rebreathing
, clip set for tube connection nose.
Thermal stress in sudden infant death: is there an ambiguity with the rebreathing
2] sensitivity has been determined using the rebreathing
method, which was first employed by Read (1967), and the steady-state C[O.