Respirator with oscillatory ventilation, Infant flow breathing device
The procedure involved modifying a breathing device
to be adapted for the baby.
While he's hesitant to reveal more details, Xian hinted the story will be set in a seaside town and so they are familiarizing themselves with skin diving - a free diving activity without the use of a portable breathing device
The corpsman in charge of the Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device
(ROBD) put me on "freeze," and I hopped out of the simulator to find out.
Inspiratory muscle training is already recognised as beneficial in many sports and athletes use a breathing device
to make breathing more difficult, forcing the inspiratory muscles to work harder and become stronger, the report added.
Wearing a motorized breathing device
while sleeping does more than relieve the daytime drowsiness caused by obstructive sleep apnea.
This is a simple five-minute, self-contained scuba-type breathing device
In 1947, he adapted a military oxygen breathing regulator to produce a manually controlled positive pressure breathing device
in order to help a friend's father who was suffering from emphysema.
Kindling said the practical application of some of the devices ASTC Jacksonville personnel use during training - including the low pressure chamber and the reduced oxygen breathing device
- can provide a realistic overview to situations naval aviators might face.
When you're on land, just a yawn can do the trick, but when you're underwater and with a breathing device
in your mouth, the Valsalva manoeuvre is your only defence against an exploding blood vessel and much worse.
Wallace - aided by his faithful canine sidekick - introduces a series of films about an inventor who has made a new underwater breathing device
inspired by how fish survive and a clock which is powered by flies.
The first known closed-circuit breathing device
using stored oxygen and absorption of carbon dioxide by an absorbent (caustic soda) was invented by Henry Fluess in 1879 to rescue mine workers who were trapped by water (Davis, 1955).