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bagging

bagging  n.— «Emergency crews started working to resuscitate her, applying a bag valve mask, a hand-held device used to provide oxygen to patients who aren’t breathing adequately. Using the device is often called bagging the patient...

duffers’ fortnight

duffers’ fortnight  n.— «In May many anglers from South Wales went over to Lough Mask and had a great time in the mayfly season. Mayfly time is often termed as the Duffers’ Fortnight because the catches are always so good.» —“Our...

Darth Vader device

Darth Vader device  n.— «Losing weight can sometimes eliminate the condition, as can surgery on the back of the throat, but the standard treatment is to wear an “air splint,” a breathing mask that covers the nose and mouth and...

human door chock

human door chock  n.— «I have been around a while now, and in the past have seen some members attempt to operate without their mask. I usually find them right at the door to the fire area or, if they are really aggressive, about 2 feet...

suck rubber

suck rubber v. phr. to breathe with the aid of a protective mask or body suit. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

suck rubber

suck rubber  v. phr.— «As a Flight Surgeon I was a member of the Primary Response team involved with the initial receipt and triage of casualties. I would soon get used to seeing patients while wearing my gas mask and sucking rubber...

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