from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A masklike device placed over the mouth and nose and through which oxygen is supplied from an attached storage tank.
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- n. A plastic or rubber mask through which oxygen may be breathed from a storage tank.
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- n. a breathing device that is placed over the mouth and nose; supplies oxygen from an attached storage tank
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ANGEL’S EYELIDS FLUTTERED, then her eyes rolled in fear as she thrashed her arms wildly, pulling off the oxygen mask and screaming in terror.
Eight hours later Jan Pankey lay prone on a gurney inside the Albuquerque Regional Medical Center ER in severe pain, breathing through an oxygen mask while a technician performed a scan of her chest.
Joy Stinnet said, just as the young paramedic slid an oxygen mask over her face.
There are so many to choose from, I like to mix it up and do a cleansing one night, a lifting mask another, an oxygen mask a different nightyou get the picture.
Dodd was working artificial respiration and Jenkins had the oxygen mask in his hands, adjusting it over Jorgenson's face, before Ferrel reached the table.