Bird ventilator

Bird ventilator

an automatic or patient-triggered machine used in veterinary anesthesia by interposing a bag-in-bottle.
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Forrest Bird (18) in 1967, marked the beginning of a series of ventilators that served as pillars for this form of support in the third world for several decades (Mark 8, Bird Ventilator, Baby Bird, etc.
That feature also helped reduce water droplets on the expiratory valve of the Bird ventilator.
In 1976, the global spread of Bird ventilators prompted the Bird Corporation insurer to refuse to continue indemnity insurance despite an unblemished litigation history.