nonbreathing

nonbreathing

(ˌnɒnˈbriːðɪŋ)
adj
not breathingair-tight or sealed
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The MK lenses feature a non-focus shift mechanism, a nonbreathing focus mechanism and fully-geared cine lens controls.
HCPs dried/stimulated newborns before airway clearance in presence of meconium in nonbreathing newborns as recommended by both the national and the international guidelines [16,29,30].
The bird was anesthetized with sevoflurane in oxygen delivered by facemask and a nonbreathing system.
The training covers choking, fever, burns and scalds, nonbreathing casualties, poisoning, croup, shock and head injuries.
Further, the results show that the air quality in the BZ of a nonbreathing CSP is the same as the inhalation air quality of a breathing CSP.
So now, giving someone CPR (the long name is cardiopulmonary resuscitation) leaves just one task that can mean the difference between life and death - placing the palm of one hand on the back of the other and pumping hard up and down in the center of the nonbreathing person's chest, 100 times per minute without stopping, until medical help arrives.
However, technique complexity, breathing or nonbreathing, can limit visibility of the humerus to the scapula.