pressure ventilator

pres·sure ven·ti·la·tor

(presh'ŭr ven'ti-lā-tŏr)
A device designed to deliver pressure-controlled ventilation.
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"We used one hose reel to extinguish the fire and used a positive pressure ventilator to clear the smoke.
Initially, preventative strategies for VAP were focused on the positive pressure ventilator and reducing microbial contamination with heating elements in the airway tubing [4].
Dewsbury firefighters required breathing apparatus and a positive pressure ventilator to tackle the blaze, which caused severe damage to the bedroom.
However, it was the invention of a positive pressure ventilator that made Bird an international household name (2).
For a few years, ready meals have been distributed in microwaveable packaging that features a steam pressure ventilator which allows convenient warming of the closed container.
By integrating a speaking mode, this positive pressure ventilator enables speech without the addition of an external one-way speaking valve.
Their daughter Stacey died at the hospital in 1992 after she was born at 28 weeks and was put in the experimental Continuous Negative Extrathoracic Pressure ventilator, which works by reducing air pressure around the child to open their lungs.
A positive pressure ventilator was also used to get rid of the smoke."
Crews, from South Shields Fire Station used a hose-reel, breathing apparatus and positive pressure ventilator to tackle the flames and smoke.
A positive pressure ventilator was used to clear the house of SMOKE.
Once the fire was extinguished, a positive pressure ventilator was needed to ventilate the property.