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Tunug medicine is a special kind of medication that when taken, causes you to hallucinate, and see these weird machines called tunugs. This medicine also causes you to hallucinate about a boy called the mattress boy who loves to use weird mattress on people. These mattress can range anywhere from a regular air mattress that is pumped electrically, to a huge air mattress that's electric pump stays on all the time, and vibrates, and makes the person feel weird. People who take a little bit of the tunug medicine have just minor hallucinations. People who take a whole lot of the tunug medicines can have severe SEVERE hallucinations that if bad enough, can be fatal, because it can cause the person's heart rate to speed up, and could cause them to be sent into V-Fib which is an abnormal heart arhythmia in which the heart stops pumping, and just quivers.
1. A few days ago I took a whole lot of that tunug medicine and ended up almost dying from the machine that the mattress boy used on me. I was told to get on these horrible mattresses!!
2. Was one hooked up to a pump with a green light?
3. YES.
4. That's scarey.
5. YES IT IS!!
by 1992peter February 14, 2010
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A person who has MNS.

This person is considered strange in some eyes but to some people particularly nurses in a hospital or Drs. is considered up their alley. This person is considered a Medical Nerd or MN because they love medical equipment, and/or love to talk about Drs. and nurse's jobs a lot, or some people just love studying the human body.
1. This dude is a Medical Nerd.
2. I know.
3. He tried to steal a pulse oximeter from the hospital one time, and the nurses just laughed at him, and took the pulse oximeter back.
4. What brand was the pulse oximeter?
5. It was Ohmeda 3760
6. Oh.
by 1992peter January 11, 2010
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A company's name who makes oximeters, ventilators, and lots of other types of medical equipment.

Nellcor has been around for many many years, and in 1983 built the first oximeter in its name, the NELLCOR N-100, and has gone A VERY VERY LOOOOOOOOOOONG WAY SENCE THEN!
1. I have a NELLCOR N-600 Pulse oximeter which is awsome, so now I can monitor my Spo2 a lot more easier and don't have to go to the hospital to get it measured, so that's nice.
2. Wow. That's Interesting.
by 1992peter March 27, 2010
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Cough Assist. A device used for people who hafe an ineffective cough from a disease such as SMA, MD, DMD, Tay-Sachs, Sandhoff, or some other neuromuscular disorder like that.
1. I have a CA machine, and its almost time to use it.
2. Will you use the suction machine when you use it?
3. No. I'm trying to use that only when I need it now.
4. I can cough a lot better, but just need a bit of help, and sometimes if I'm having trouble with my lungs, I suction while I'm using the cough assist, but I'm doing it A LOT less than I use to need to.
6. I know.
7. I hated having to stick that tube down into my throat all the time.
8. I hated watching you do it. I felt bad for you.
9. awwwwww, Thank you
by 1992peter February 14, 2010
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The Ohmeda TruSat is a pulse oximeter that was invented in 2005. It is one of the world's smallest bedside monitors that is a lot smaller than most of the bedside pulse oximeters out on the market today. It has two buttons, one for the on/off button, one to silence the alarm, and a green wheel, that can be pressed in, and/or turned to select settings!!
Features include:
1. Easy to see numeric display.
2. alarm limits visible at all times.
3. 48 hour TREND DATA.
4. Pir or Perfusion index measurements.
5. Alarms audio and visual alarms sound when something is out of a set limit.
6. Optional backlight.
7. Waighs less than half the waight of a regular bedside pulse oximeter.
1. He has the Ohmeda TruSat and he uses it all the time.
2. Does he like the audio pulse?
3. YES.
4. Does the monitor have alarms?
5. Yes.
6. All Right.
by 1992peter February 15, 2010
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IPV is short for Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation which is a breathing treatment used to help remove secretions.

It can be administered by a mouthpiece, mask, or endotracheal/tracheostomy tube.
A fine aerosol of medication is breathed in, and another part of the medication is percussed into the patient's lungs, so that he can clear them by the cough assist machine, coughing up secretions, and/or suctioning.
1. The patient who has SMA uses IPV, and is very healthy usually with IPV.
by 1992peter March 27, 2010
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Stomach Pump. SP

1. SP is short for Stomach Pump. Its performed in poisoning situations, and/or to remove blood from the stomath.
1. I had a SP after I took that tunug medicine.
2. Did they use charcoal?
3. Yes.
4. The mattress boy saw them put the tube down, and heard me screaming before he told me to get on the mattress.
5. Did they use a machine, or just gravity to pump your stomach?
6. They used gravity, and a machine.
by 1992peter February 14, 2010
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