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Aerosol Generator for Intratracheal Artificial Respiration Devices,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The aerosol generator for artificial intratracheal respirators contains an atomizer, an inductor for electrical charging of the aerosol particles, a source to supply pressure to the atomizer, a channel for supplying the aerosol to the patient, and an electrical feed source. It is distinguished by the fact that in order to rhythmically supply aerosol and air-oxygen mixtures and to prevent contact between the atomizer part of the generator and the air which is being exhaled, it is equipped with an electromagnetic control system. During the exhalation phase the control system regulates a valve which covers the aerosol atomizer channel and a valve which removes the pressure in the supply channel of the aerosol atomizer, which is connected to the pressure relay of the artificial respirator.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE