November 25, 2017

Aquarium pumps saving babies' lives


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A newborn breathes with help from the aquarium pump bubble CPAP machine. To keep the tubes in place, doctors and nurses use safety pins and rubber bands to attach them to a knit hat on the baby's head, which is standard practice in many neonatal wards.A newborn breathes with help from the aquarium pump bubble CPAP machine. To keep the tubes in place, doctors and nurses use safety pins and rubber bands to attach them to

Source: http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/14/health/aquarium-pump-breathing/index.html