Life Support is a machin, when the patient cannot breathe sufficiently, the physician will use a ventilator, a machine that pumps air in and out of the patient’s lungs. It refers to the treatments and techniques performed in an emergency in order to support life after the failure of one or more vital organs. Life Support is directed at keeping the other body systems functioning so that the nervous system has time to return to a state where it can again support the other body functions. The most common types of life support are for the respiratory, cardiovascular, renal, and gastrointestinal systems.
- Annual Report 2013-2014 of V-Guard Industries Limited
- Report on Comparative Study on Nutritional Status of Children and Their Mothers (Part-1)
- Annual Report 2013 of M.I. Cement Factory Limited
- Human Capital Flight
- Chickenpox (Causes, Symptom, and Complications)
- Problems or Obstacle to the Criminal Justice System of Bangladesh