flow generator


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flow generator

A pneumatic engine that powers life-support equipment and uses a gauge of 5 to 50 lb/sq in to supply gas to a ventilator circuit, allowing for a constant flow pattern.
See also: generator
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A patient could rent or buy a flow generator from specialized dealers (including internet dealers) or home health equipment suppliers, durable medical equipment suppliers (DME's), pharmacies (especially in countries like Australia) or via dealers operating through the Internet.
In the US, a flow generator could only be obtained with a prescription and often only after a patient underwent an overnight sleep study in a sleep clinic.
Value activities - the tasks that achieve the goals or objectives for an organisation, these are cash flow generators or value adding activities.
One implication of this hypothesis is that large free cash flow generators should outperform market averages over time.
All stocks appearing on the initial list published on October 5, 1979 are excluded from the sample since the date they first become large free cash flow generators is not known.
Main features: This contract is for the supply and data analysis O / D (Origin / Destination) whatever the method of collection to be able to identify the source vehicle flow generators by choosing their activity schedules, saturation of the exchanger of Longs Champs in rush hour in the morning (grounds work, education, commerce, urban logistics, health .
Contract Awarded for Bi-Level Flow Generators and CPAP Flow Generators