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That is, most anaesthetists had been in the situation of being unable to intubate or ventilate.
On sunny days, ventilate the glasshouse or conservatory, to reduce the risk of fungal infections.
1 : to let in air and especially a current of fresh air <Windows ventilate the room.
The Ankle/Foot Gauntlet uses Thermoskin's exclusive patented Trioxon[R] lining that creates a microclimate, allowing the skin to ventilate by wicking away moisture, and does not close off the pores of the skin.