rebreathing


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re·breath·ing

(rē-brēdh'ing),
Inhalation of part or all of gases previously exhaled.

re·breath·ing

(rē-brēdh'ing)
Inhalation of gases, partially or completely previously exhaled.

re·breath·ing

(rē-brēdh'ing)
Inhalation of part or all of gases previously exhaled.
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The engine operating conditions discussed in this section are optimized results based on several major engine parameters sweep testing, such as start of injection (SOI), EGR, exhaust rebreathing, intake charge temperature, and intake manifold pressure, and premixed ratio.
The modified Read rebreathing method [10] was used as the hypercapnic challenge test.
Fifteen minutes after induction of anesthesia, the penguin was transferred into the MRI room and connected to an MRI-compatible anesthesia machine through an adult rebreathing circuit.
Inspired CO2 and O2 in sleeping infants rebreathing from bedding: Relevance for sudden infant death syndrome.
PAUL Fulford warns about hell rebreathing Christians who argue that Darwin was wrong and that all the world was created in seven days (Mail, May 13).
Cardiac output (Q) was determined using the C[O.sub.2] rebreathing procedure in accordance with the Collier method (12).
We also found out I could mimic high altitude by rebreathing my own air using a CPAP mask and hose.
Cardiac output was measured noninvasively by using the C[O.sub.2] rebreathing technique.
Dave a , paralysed 24 years ago in an American football game, completed the 64 lengths dive in less than two hours using a Poseidon Rebreathing system designed for NASA space adventures.
System leakage ( Greater than 100 ml/min), rebreathing and any attempt to increase FGF to overcome the leak were monitored during anesthesia.
In this study, we test the hypothesis that gas delivery using a standard face mask and rebreathing bag produces significantly smaller changes in CBF compared to the use of an appropriate anaesthetic gas delivery circuit.
However, one still needs to breath underwater, which is where rebreathing technology comes in.