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The pulmonary circulation will try to compensate for reduced alveolar ventilation by diverting blood from unventilated regions of the lung, a response referred to as hypoxic vasoconstriction.
Never store them in a closed, unventilated shelter, CONEX or MILVAN in the summer.
Sgt Craven left two dogs, a working Belgian Malinois and a German Shepherd puppy, in an unventilated car at the Met's dog training centre in Keston, Kent, on Sunday.
Sgt Craven left two dogs, a working Belgian Malinois and a German Shepherd puppy, in an unventilated car at the Metropolitan Police's dog training centre in Keston, Kent, on Sunday.
The Metropolitan Police animals, a Belgian Malinois and a German Shepherd puppy, were found collapsed in an unventilated vehicle at the force's training centre in Keston, Kent, on Sunday.
The primary attraction of boisterous, angry, reckless and outrageous talk show hosts and politicians is the appeal of unventilated and displaced anxiety-generated anger.
Paul Montgomery will present a simple heat-powered fan that could help to make these stoves more efficient and combat the serious health problems associated with cooking in unventilated spaces.
The problem was our unventilated gas stove, which can cause various health problems.
Others able to enter public schools are forced into "unsuitable structures" that are small, overcrowded, unventilated, and lack support classes or playgrounds.
The unventilated school began to heat up quickly, particularly in the computer/server rooms.
We need only to look back to conditions at the turn or the 20th century to find 60- to 80-hour forced workweeks with no overtime compensation; child labor in unventilated dark and dangerous workplaces; no health care or retirement provisions, with many cruel and abusive employers.
Unventilated kitchens included partitioned and non-partitioned kitchens without windows inside the house.