oxygen 16

ox·y·gen 16 (16O),

(ok'si-jen),
The common oxygen isotope, making up 99.76% of natural oxygen.
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The isotope composition, in the case of oxygen, is measured as the ratio between two forms of oxygen: the common isotope, oxygen 16 (16O) and its rare, heavy form, oxygen 18 (18O).
Education of the staff and use of prescription charts significantly improved the prescription of oxygen 16. Unlike the prescription for a drug, oxygen is not prescribed with any degree of careful consideration.
In this case, the researchers detected elevated levels of the isotope oxygen 18 in comparison with the more commonly found oxygen 16. Higher levels of oxygen 18 generally indicate higher air temperatures.
My pal has no legs, is on oxygen 16 hours a day and has been made to complete their questionnaire.
"I am an OAP, 79 years of age on oxygen 16 hours a day and have to pay for my bin tags and to hear about what they get for just turning up in the Dail, it's wrong."
"I was terrified." Mr McCann, who needs oxygen 16 hours a day and takes more than 20 tablets including morphine, contacted the Coventry Telegraph to share his story after reading about other mistakes made by the hospital.
e grandfather-of-six has to take oxygen 16 hours a day for the incurable illness.
Cigar-loving John Nixon, 73, on oxygen 16 hours a day, was like "a naughty child" and had ignored safety warnings.