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Portable medical oxygen manifold with multiple flow rate valves and eight outputs
200416-N-HC601-0002.JPG Photo By: U.S. Navy photo illustration/RELEASED

NORCO, Calif. - 200416-N-HC601-002 – Norco, California Scientists and engineers at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division (NSWC Corona) designed a portable medical oxygen manifold to assist Naval Medical Hospital Camp Pendleton in treating potential COVID-19 patients April 16 in Norco, California. The low-cost device was designed to use readily available, commercial off-the-shelf parts and will facilitate the flow of oxygen to eight patients from a single oxygen cylinder.


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