An ultrasonic atomisation unit for heat and moisture exchange humidification device for intensive care medicine applications

@inproceedings{Shafik2016AnUA,
  title={An ultrasonic atomisation unit for heat and moisture exchange humidification device for intensive care medicine applications},
  author={Mahmoud Shafik},
  year={2016}
}
The state of the art of the existing heat and moisture exchange (HME) technology in use concludes that there are two main artificial humidification HME devices: active and passive device. The active device is complicated to use and expensive. The passive HME device is the preferred one, due to the ease of use and low cost. However it is not suitable for more than 24 hour use. This is due to current devices cavity design, limitations of HME materials performance and overall device efficiency… CONTINUE READING

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