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An oxygenator that supplemented the patient’s lungs was developed in 1954 and was subsequently used in combination with the device.
One had then placed a foot on the back of Denny's neck as others took turns slamming an oxygenator into his back, pounding his head in with a hammer, and smashing a concrete block into his face.
The lambs received oxygen through their umbilical cords, supplied by an external oxygenator.
The oxygenator employed by the Philadelphia researchers is pumpless and replicates the work of the placenta, Flake said.
A low-resistance oxygenator is the device that exchanges oxygen and carbon dioxide as blood flows through it.
In other parts of the gym there are next-generation, treadmill-type machines connected to oxygenators and masks that the athletes wear in training to manipulate oxygen levels.
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