Breathing into a paper bag lets you rebreathe
some of your exhaled air, which is high in carbon dioxide.
It almost makes you wish Roy hadn't issued so many disclaimers in the interviews she has given to the media: I don't read, she insists, so I don't know what my literary influences are; I don't know the rules of writing so I can't say I've broken them; I don't ever rewrite because writing for me is like breathing how can you rebreathe
Sheepskin and other types of soft bedding can slowly suffocate children who rebreathe
their own oxygen-depleted air.
The researchers conclude that both products studied would trap exhaled air, allowing infants to rebreathe
potentially lethal amounts of carbon dioxide.
Differences may be due to use of the acetylene rebreathe
(McCole et al.
A conserving cannula rebreathes
a portion of the oxygen via a bladder in a plastic mustache device or pendant arrangement.
This stability is achieved by the exquisite sensitivity of the chemoreceptor system, typically assessed by measuring the change in minute ventilation as a patient rebreathes
The bird rebreathes
this oxygen for about 30 seconds so that an adequate amount of carbon dioxide can be collected in the balloon.