Synthetic Intravenous Oxygen To Save Patients With No Respiration



injectible oxygen
The team of Boston Children’s Hospital lead by Dr. John Khier have developed an injectable foam of lipid-based microparticles surrounding a tiny bubble of oxygen. It takes as long as for oxygen in the lungs to get absorbed by hemoglobin (about 4 seconds). This innovation is easy to transport and be administered by emergency physicians to patients with arrested respiration.
Via: psfk.com

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