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the process of providing or combining or treating with oxygen

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Product supply misting, humidification and oxygenation.
animals to continue testing the impact of oxygenation on Cambrian animal life," said first author of the study Erik Sperling, an assistant
Designed using optoacoustic technology to noninvasively monitor brain oxygenation levels in preterm and low birth-weight babies, Noninvasix's system aims to reduce hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy—type of brain damage that occurs when an infant's brain doesn't receive enough oxygen and blood - which is responsible for 23% of all neonatal deaths and is the precursor for cerebral palsy.
Our findings support a link among glaciation, oxygenation of surface environments, and the diversification of animals.
We found that spermatic cord tissue oxygenation is reduced in the presence of demonstrated testicular torsion.
In this guide for intensivists, cardiac anesthetists, cardiologists, pediatricians, perfusionists, surgeons, trainees, students, and nurses, Kapoor (cardiac anesthesia, All India Institute of Medical Sciences) presents 40 chapters on the use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in the intensive care unit for the failing heart and lungs.
The authors therefore conclude that the formation of the earliest worldwide phosphorites 2 billion years ago can be linked to the establishment of sulfur bacteria habitats, triggered by the oxygenation of the Earth.
This study and all others have found no clear evidence that oxygenation strategy affects outcome in critical illness.
This is also true for the French EOLIA (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Severe Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) study currently in progress.
To study the differences among muscles in their assessment (predictive) ability (reflected by the goodness-of-fit of the linear regression between NIRS Bp and indicators of aerobic exercise capacity, see 'Statistical analysis') for aerobic capacity indices using muscle oxygenation Bp, active college students were recruited to participate in a maximal cycling IET.
Schell and Cole (2000) contend that monitoring of oxygenation of cerebral venous outflow via the jugular vein has been a topic under investigation for more than 50 years.
Walking provides oxygenation and gets the thought processes started.
The PMVs restore a closed respiratory system, which as validated by independent research, improves swallowing, reduces aspiration, facilitates secretion management, improves oxygenation, and reduces weaning and decannulation time.
In a second application, metal fibers are used so that the media can be electrochemically interrogated via anodic super oxygenation to accelerate the rate of biochemical growth and fermentation-based assays.