nonrebreathing valve

non·re·breath·ing valve

a type of valve that prevents mixture of inhaled and exhaled gases.

non·re·breath·ing valve

(nonrē-brēdhing valv)
Type of valve that prevents mixture of inhaled and exhaled gases.
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EBC was collected for 15 min by means of a cooled (0[degrees]C) condenser, as described previously.[sup][14] A self-made EBC collection was used similarly as van Beurden used,[sup][15] mainly including a collection tube, two-way nonrebreathing valve, the collection tube was constructed with eight bubble-wall glass ball, the collecting vessel was cooled with ice.
Prior to recording data, a clamp was placed on the nose and the patient breathed through a mouthpiece attached to a nonrebreathing valve. Expired air was collected through the valve into a mixing chamber and sampled continuously by fast responding oxygen and carbon dioxide analyzers.
A new nonrebreathing valve. Anesthesiology 1955; 16: 643-645.
The NRV (nonrebreathing valve) connector at the end of the resuscitator bag holds the INdCAP C[O.sub.2] detector and connects the rotating elbow that feeds the endotracheal tube.
There is a nonrebreathing valve available to prevent this.