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Glenn A., U.S. neurologist, 1917-1967. See: Shy-Drager syndrome.


Heinrich, German manufacturer of industrial and diving respiratory apparatus and anesthesia machines, 1847-1917. See: Dräger respirometer.
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The integrated Draeger XXS sensors offer an expected lifespan of five to eight years.
Klaus Draeger how the BMW group was responding to the ongoing market weakness.
Co-authored by Wisconsin historians Jim Draeger and Mark Speltz, "Fill'er Up: The Glory Days Of Wisconsin Gas Stations" celebrates one of the key institutions responsible for the success of the automobile in the Badger State.
Halpern will be joined in CBRE's Fannie Mae DUS initiative by two recent additions to the CBRE team: industry veterans Don Brais and Kyle Draeger.
Ideal for those requiring an economical yet comfortable respirator for short duration, one-off applications, the Draeger X-plore Series of Respirators incorporates a revolutionary "drop down" design and an innovative X-guided strap system.
But Dr Draeger, 30, said that in most hospitals the quality of food should come before improving the variety available.
The Draeger Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus-Extended Duration is a modular combination of a standard SCBA and a powered air-purifying respirator, explained John W.
Draeger has further enhanced its Chip Measurement System (CMS), a portable gas and vapour monitoring unit, with the development of a plug-in Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) chip.
Draeger has introduced a new electrochemical oxygen sensor.
While "Game Show." On view through April 2002, exhibits such familiar art-game formats as Sophie Calle's Double Game, 1999, and Christoph Draeger's wall-mounted puzzles, its most entertaining works are unusual, art-savvy "outsider" video games that target everything from popular critical theory to the value of technological advancement.
"Our retailers are successful because they are great at what they do," says Steve Draeger, president and CEO.
Blyth-based Draeger Safety UK manufactures life-saving breathing equipment to protect people working in hazardous environments around the world Its technology is used by those working everywhere from car factories to oil rigs, and the firm, which employs more than 400 people in the UK, wants to reach out to further markets such as fire and rescue, law enforcement, oil, gas and petrochemical and the chemical and general industry sectors.