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  • Patients
  • This ground-breaking technology is transforming the approach to measuring pulmonary gas exchange in a wide variety of clinical settings, relevant for the 33 million patients in the US (350 million globally), who suffer from respiratory disease. (medipines.com)
  • Understanding gas exchange inefficiency in respiratory patients is fundamental to improving patient outcomes," according to Dr. John B. West, the world-renowned physiologist who pioneered the concept. (medipines.com)
  • blood
  • Moreover, the one-way valves in the heart, like those in the veins, indicate that, following the pulmonary circulation , the blood goes out to all parts of the body through the arteries and returns by way of the veins. (rug.nl)
  • course
  • We are convinced that the American Thoracic Society provides a powerful and peer-reviewed online course platform to share free, open-access knowledge in pulmonary and critical care medicine across the world. (charite.de)
  • world
  • This colorless gas gained infamy as a chemical weapon during World War I where it was responsible for about 85% of the 100,000 deaths caused by chemical weapons. (worldinwar.eu)
  • normal
  • The MediPines Gas Exchange Monitor is the first technology of its kind to integrate a comprehensive set of respiratory parameters and innovative indices analyzed from a patient's normal breathing samples in a simple, easy to administer breathing test in only a few minutes. (medipines.com)