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  • Hydrogen Gas Detection in Oil Refineries
    . There are several hazards associated with hydrogen, ranging from respiratory ailment,. component failure, ignition, and burning. Although a combination of hazards occurs in most. instances, the primary hazard with hydrogen is the production of a flammable mixture, which can. lead to a fire or explosion
  • Developing Technologies to Detect Hydrogen Sulfi de (H2S) Gas (.pdf)
    and production. Specifi c to oil and gas. and respiratory irritation, vomiting or nausea, convul-. production, these are some potential hazard areas: sions, and coma or death. • Drilling sites pose leak and blowout hazards. TABLE 1: Physical symptoms of H2S exposure over time. • Consider gas detection
  • Medical Device Link . Micromachined Pressure Sensors Reach a New Low
    of anesthetic gases as well as respiratory gases with one monitor can effectively replace conventional multimonitor stations. Advanced algorithms are being developed to use multiple gas measurements in the diagnosis of pulmonary disease and lung rehabilitation. If successful, monitoring respiration
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    , for example, in blood pressure monitoring systems, vital-signs monitoring equipment, and respiratory-health maintenance applications. As used for devices in the last category, pressure sensors historically have been mechanical in design and have performed a simple switching function. Respiratory products
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    enough to follow the variations of peak oxygen concentration at the end of expiration. Designed for anesthetic and respiratory-care equipment OEMs, the Pm1111D is nondepleting and uses no consumable gases or chemicals. The oxygen transducer is reportedly the smallest of its kind, and because it does
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    Flow sensors are already being used in respiratory-flow monitoring. However, high cost and lack of technical options have prevented the integration of desirable features such as offset monitoring and self-test functions into disposable products for medical systems. In addition, employing gas
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    signs of intoxication or overdose such as agitation, depression of the respiratory or central nervous system, and organ-specific reactions, including hepatic failure, cardiac arrhythmia, and severe metabolic acidosis. The finding of particular drugs can help in determining countermeasures
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    tests and electrochemical enzymatic tests. Lateral-flow tests, or immunochromatographic strips, were first introduced as qualitative urine pregnancy tests used in doctors ' offices and at home. They have evolved into rapid tests for a range of analytes, including HIV, respiratory diseases, drugs
  • Medical Device Link . Catheter Processing Equipment and Services
    to automate their production lines, but also to develop proprietary balloon designs for a variety of clinical applications. Josef Stupecky, president of Interface Associates (Aliso Viejo, CA, USA), points out that his company's clients include companies working on angioplasty, respiratory, drug
  • Medical Device Link . The Future of Medical Microelectromechanical Systems
    be packaged to measure low flow rates and infer differential pressure measurements, are used in respiratory equipment. Photo courtesy of Honeywell, Micro Switch Div., Freeport, IL. Packaging Challenges The disposable blood pressure sensor's gel package illustrates the formidable packaging challenges

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