artificial ventilation


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artificial ventilation

[¦ärd·ə¦fish·əl ‚vent·əl′ā·shən]
(mining engineering)
The inducing of a flow of air through a mine or part of a mine by mechanical or other means.
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Mrs Wyatt, aged 24, who is heavily pregnant with the couple's fourth child, and her husband Darren, aged 33, had asked the judge to lift his order as they said the condition of their daughter has improved to such an extent that she has now "crossed an invisible line", meaning that the use of artificial ventilation in certain circumstances would be justified.
He said that if, when the crisis came, the baby was to be kept under sedation and artificial ventilation while intensive care facilities were sought and the case perhaps returned to court for further argument, she would become, as one doctor had put it, 'more an object to whom things are done than a child'.
Patients who require artificial ventilation are vulnerable to experiencing pneumonia as a consequence of the aspiration of bacteria-laden saliva.
The contract is the delivery of 2 pcs of fans for a long-term artificial ventilation for intensive care unit I.
The Department of Health said, "Miss B has chosen to have all artificial ventilation which she is receiving as part of her medical treatment withdrawn.
In a statement yesterday the Department of Health said: "Miss B has chosen to have all artificial ventilation which she is receiving as part of her medical treatment withdrawn.
Department of Internal Medicine and apparatus for artificial ventilation in intensive care for the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, General University Hospital in Prague, including accessories, transport, customs, installation, assembly, commissioning, operator training, and delivery of appropriate documentation, and warranty service then according to the other conditions of the tender dossier.
Mr and Mrs Wyatt say that the condition of their daughter has improved to such an extent that she has now "crossed an invisible line", meaning that the use of artificial ventilation in certain circumstances would be justified.
Iseganan has been shown to be well tolerated in clinical studies in cancer patients, and to effect significant reductions in the oral bacteria of cancer patients and patients who require artificial ventilation.
The man, one of the youngest ever hit by the condition, has indicated by tiny "yes or no" movements of his eyelid that he wants artificial ventilation turned off when he loses all ability to communicate.
Part C performance: "VR009: Purchase of equipment for artificial ventilation.
Someone had given me artificial ventilation (AV) and then I was rushed off to hospital with fluid on my lungs.