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April-June 2020| Vol 10| Issue 2


Hyperbaric oxygen treatment of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) respiratory failure

Letter to the Editor

Intermittent high dosage oxygen treats COVID-19 infection: the Chinese studies

Dear Editor, Dr. Paul Harch reproduced a graph of oxygen saturations of just five patients in his excellent commentary[1] on two Chinese studies.[2],[3] They have provided definitive evidence from ...

Research Article

Predicting cost of inhalational anesthesia at low fresh gas flows: impact of a new generation carbon dioxide absorbent

It is well known that low fresh gas flows result in lower cost of inhalational agents. A new generation of carbon dioxide absorbents allows low flow anesthesia with all anesthetics but these new com...

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Dependencies of hydrogen-water on mineral-based hardness, temperatures and the container materials, and effects of the oral washing and drinking

Widely distributed electrolytic-generators for hydrogen-water are not fully considered for the dependencies of post-electrolytic values of the dissolved hydrogen concentration (DH) and the oxidation...

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Hydrogen therapy can be used to control tumor progression and alleviate the adverse events of medications in patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer

Chemotherapy, targeted therapy, and immunotherapy are used against advanced non-small cell lung cancer. A clinically efficacious method for relieving the adverse events associated of such therapies ...

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Medical Gas Research is an open access journal which publishes basic, translational, and clinical research focusing on the neurobiology as well as multidisciplinary aspects of medical gas research and their applications to related disorders. The editor-in-chief is Professor John H. Zhang from Loma Linda University.

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