T-piece


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T-piece

n
(General Engineering) a strut or part shaped like a T
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Supplement for: Bow, Bend, Angle, T-piece, Thread transition, Sleeves, Reducer, - approx.
Level III Neonatal Intensive Care with state-of-the-art adjustable Giraffe and Lullaby Warmers, a centralized gas manifold for all medical gases, phototherapy Biliblankets, specialized ventilators and anesthesia with inbuilt Kepno technology as well as C-PAP by T-Piece Resuscitator to name a few of the many advanced technology medical equipments
Oxylog 3000 ventilator, O2 cylinder, patient circuits, T-piece, Pal filter
NeoForce's currently marketed products include the NeoPIP Infant T-Piece Resuscitator and the CPRNome Resuscitation Timer.
Methodology: A randomized clinical trial was conducted from June 2009 to July 2010 on Post-operative surgical patients that were on IMV for more than 48 hours, who failed at 30 minutes of spontaneous breathing T-piece trial (SBT).
Caption: Liquid tanks are fitted with a pressure sensor via a T-piece in the outlet pipe.
The T-piece, to fit the camera for afocal photography was, made by Mr Steve Kleyn of the Hermanus Astronomy Centre.
Cost of these is about $50 for materials per three pins, plus the cost of the welding, which needs to be done well to keep the T-piece from breaking off during installing.
The Ayre's T-piece is still used worldwide in paediatrics today.
During the first three days of April 1899 a T-piece was joined to the main cable to connect Swakopmund and on 5 April the Amber linked the submarine cable from its landing point with a lighter cable to Swakopmund.
The modules feature either an integrated T-piece functionality or piercing contacts.
Kelly said: "They have to make an incision into his ribs and shave some cartilage, then make a T-piece to put into his airways to keep it open.