Category Archives: Helium application

Helium: An Abundant History and a Shortage Threatening Scientific Tools

Most of us know helium as the gas that makes balloons float, but the second element on the periodic table does much more than that. Helium pressurizes the fuel tanks in rockets, helps test space suits for leaks, and is … Continue reading

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In Russia, Experiencing A Method For Treating Coronavirus Using Helium In The United States and Europe Are Already Interested In

Russian scientists are trying to use helium for the treatment of coronavirus. The tests are based on the Institute of emergency care. N. V. Sklifosovsky AGN Moscow / Alexander Avilov Director of the research Institute of emergency care named Sklifosovsky … Continue reading

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Hooghly District Administration Uses Helium Balloons for Aerial Surveillance

Kolkata: The Hooghly district administration has taken a significant stride in boosting its aerial surveillance by using helium balloons fitted with cameras. The move is aimed at ensuring strict enforcement of lockdown in the district, with most parts of it … Continue reading

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Doctors Are Finding Creative Ways to Treat Patients With COVID-19

Brad D’Oliveria was a fit 26-year-old with no serious health problems besides mild asthma until he was diagnosed with COVID pneumonia last week. One of his doctors, Dr. Stephen Lapinsky, director to the intensive care unit at the Mount Sinai … Continue reading

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Arizona Doctors Develop Respiratory Device That May Help During Pandemic

Researchers at University of Arizona College of Medicine have invented a new device that provides oxygen and support for people that need respiratory assistance for the COVID-19 outbreak. The device is a small-scale, low-pressure rebreathing system that removes carbon dioxide … Continue reading

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