expired gas

ex·pired gas

1. any gas that has been expired from the lungs;
2. often used synonymously with mixed expired gas.

ex·pired gas

(eks-pīrd' gas)
1. Any gas that has been expired from the lungs.
2. Often used synonymously with mixed expired gas.
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Contract notice: acquisition of an expired gas analyzer (supply, installation and commissioning) and its related consumables (techniques and patients) for the following ght44 establishment: chu de nantes.
Sharjah: Sharjah Municipality has confiscated 80 expired gas cylinders from a warehouse in the emirate.
More than 1,000 expired gas cylinders have been destroyed in Dakhliyah, said the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI).
He said that expired gas cylinders should be removed and regular checking of installed cylinders to be ensured.
The directorate general, in cooperation with the Royal Oman Police (ROP) and Civil Defence, will intensify inspections against those vendors and distributors who sell expired gas cylinders.
Carbon dioxide was routinely present in the leaked gas, often in higher concentrations than in the expired gas, although the difference between the leaked and expired gas was not significant.
Muscat, Feb 26 (ONA) The first meeting of the working team charged with overseeing the follow-up replacement and destruction of expired gas cylinders held at the Directorate General of Specifications and Measurements at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, under the chair of Saud bin Nasser al-Khusaibi, Director General of the Directorate General of Specifications and Measurements in the presence of officials from the Ministry, the Royal Oman Police and some stakeholders.
"All Turkey has are mostly expired gas masks from the United States and even if Turkey provides new masks, these can protect only some Turkish military units -- not civilians -- near the Syrian border," he told Today's Zaman.
Furthermore, because cycling exercise with a cycle ergometer can be coordinated at various workloads and speeds, it is widely used for [??][O.sub.2] kinetics using an analysis of expired gas [12, 15-19].
Another major problem with reservoir-based delivery systems is that peak expiratory flow may allow partial filling of the reservoir volume by expired gas, raising the FiC[O.sub.2].
The Defence, Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) in the United Kingdom, a producer of military technology, refused to comment on possible adverse health effects that could be caused by expired gas canisters.