Carbon monoxide was measured in the exhaled air
of all the professionals who worked in the ICUs in order to ascertain tobacco use with greater reliability.
When the exhaled warm and moisturised air passes over the surface of the nasal mucosa that has been cooled by the cold air on its way into the lungs, it condenses, just as it does if you blow exhaled air
towards the colder surface of a window pane or a mirror.
Figure 4 shows that when there is no downward plane jet between the two breathing thermal manikins, the exhaled air
from the source manikin can easily approach the breathing zone of the target manikin.
Oksala said however, exhaled air
is a problematic sample material since it requires good cooperation and technique from the patient and immediate analysis, while urine is simple to attain and store, and is therefore more feasible in clinical practice.
Measurements of nitric oxide in exhaled air
were characterized by the highest specificity and sensitivity in the diagnosis of asthma.
When exhaled air
blows through them, they vibrate or "flutter" to produce sounds.
The results' show that the use of mouth covering can interrupt the horizontal transportation of exhaled air
to protect the co-occupant from direct exposure to the coughed droplets for all systems, but the effects on the later-stage indirect exposure of the co-occupant are very different for the three ventilation systems.
The entrainment also cools the exhaled air
puff along its way.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Malaria mosquitoes utilize CO2 from exhaled air
to localize humans from afar.
By spirometric testing, one measures the inhaled and exhaled air
volume, in a certain time lapse.
, whether free, phonated, or otherwise impeded, moves from high pressure to low pressure.
One irksome issue needs noting: There is an entire page extolling the wonder of CCRs (closed-circuit rebreather units), which recycle a diver's exhaled air
so that bubbles are not released into the water.