Meaning of VENTILATOR in English

VENTILATOR

noun

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Her condition remained critical and she was sedated and placed on a ventilator .

Here, the patient, though chronically dependent on the ventilator is a conscious, sentient person.

It talked or sometimes yelled through its ventilators, too.

Kelsey spent five weeks on a ventilator and still needed extra oxygen until last week.

Look at the cost of staging and shelving as well as automatic ventilators, insulation and shading materials.

Neither officer seems to wear cords on the M1889 field hat, identified by its lack of brass screen ventilators.

She could hear ventilators pumping somewhere deeper in the complex, but they didn't seem to be equal to the job.

There is no doubt that the ventilator may be turned off when in fact, the patient is already dead.

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