Difference between tank and resuscitator
- a cell for violent prisoners
- an enclosed armored military vehicle; has a cannon and moves on caterpillar treads
- a large (usually metallic) vessel for holding gases or liquids
- as much as a tank will hold
- a freight car that transports liquids or gases in bulk
- treat in a tank
- store in a tank by causing (something) to flow into it
- consume excessive amounts of alcohol
He did stand a long way off the odd ditch but once there was a little less gas in the tank he was really good.
A couple of coats of new antifouling paint may cost the equivalent of a couple tanks of gas, but you will keep saving money on fuel all season long.
With a full tank of fuel, the weight bias shifts rearwards slightly, which helps traction, as does the standard limited slip differential.
- a breathing apparatus used for resuscitation by forcing oxygen into the lungs of a person who has undergone asphyxia or arrest of respiration
The air was delivered from a manual resuscitator or portable volume ventilator via a mouthpiece or nasal interface.
Fortunately, her family never went anywhere without an emergency kit containing a manual resuscitator bag, just in case Shaun had trouble breathing.
Mechanically operated beds have been replaced by electronic ones while the trust has purchased new drip stands, heart resuscitators, baby weighing scales, Zimmer frames and walking sticks.