denitrogenation


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denitrogenation

Removal of nitrogen dissolved in the bloodstream and body tissues by breathing 100% oxygen for an extended period.
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In the presence of a catalyst, reactors are for hydrodesulfurization, denitrogenation and removal of oxygenated compounds and in each weighs nearly 550 tons and is 30 meters long.
The high nitrogen content in raw shale oil probably makes denitrogenation during the refinery process more difficult, resulting in the increase of the cost of nitrogen removal.
33) to upgrade equipment for denitrogenation and desulfurization, while Asia Cement also evaluates the same.
2] through a face mask for denitrogenation and were administered one bolus of 1 [micro]g/kg of fentanyl intravenously.
Absorption atelectasis often develops from denitrogenation in patients who have low ventilation-perfusion ratios (maldistribution of ventilation), and are administered supplemental oxygen.
since prelaunch denitrogenation is necessary to forestall the
Although it had been proven that even in elderly patients, oxygen saturation was well maintained throughout induction with sevoflurane in 50% nitrous oxide because of the presence of a vital capacity volume of 50% oxygen in the lungs as induction began, (8) theoretically, the main oxygen store exists in the functional residual capacity of lung (FRC), and thus all techniques of preoxygenation should be based on denitrogenation of FRC, using 100% oxygen.