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In the womb, the fetus is also pretty much constantly asleep, kept sedated by low oxygen pressure and naturally sleep-producing substances generated by the placenta and the fetus.
A panel of senior doctors at the hospital conducted an inquiry into the matter which revealed that Katoch was contacted by three doctors at around 2 am on December 4 after they realised that the oxygen pressure was dropping in the ventilator, but he did not respond.
The explosion took place at the New Oxygen Pressure Reducing Station near SMS-2 of RINL on June 13.
A sample of arterial blood analyzed by cooximetry for oxygen saturation showed a normal oxygen pressure of 94 mmHg (reference interval, 70-100 mmHg) and a decreased arterial oxygen saturation value of 84% (reference interval, >96%).
A short while later, the OXYGEN caution light illuminated, indicating less than three liters of usable oxygen remaining or that the oxygen pressure is less than 50 psi.
Oxygen pressure is lower and heart rates and breathing levels increase.
The obtained results can be explained on this way; by increasing the oxygen pressure increases the exothermal reaction which produced the undesired increase in the kerf width and the mechanical force removes deeper grooves and causes higher roughness.
Oxygen pressure in the cabin is normal," an astronaut was quoted as reporting.