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McCormick Oxygen-Tubing Reel By Lilly Sherman
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A reel for winding and unwinding the oxygen tubing that is hooked to an oxygen concentrator. It is a very simple device with no battery or electrical connection. It would make life much easier for... More > those who must be connected to an oxygen concentrator all day long.< Less
McCormick Oxygen-Tubing Reel By Lilly Sherman
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A device for winding and unwinding the oxygen-tubing that is hooked to an oxygen concentrator. It is a very simple device that requires no battery or electrical connection. It would make life much... More > easier for those who must be connected to an oxygen concentrator all day long.< Less
DEATH IMMINENT AND THE FANTASTIC LIFE THAT FOLLOWED By Howard Pollock
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DEATH IMMINENT (from the introduction) "I was serving as a Navy flyer in the South Pacific region during World War II when I was very seriously wounded by the premature explosion of a defective... More > hand grenade that I was throwing. It traumatically-amputated my right hand and forearm and severely-punctured both my lungs.... A short time later, when I was alone in my hospital room, I noted the medical chart at the foot of my bed, and wanted to see what the chart said. I disconnected the oxygen tube and call-button and crawled down to the foot of the bed to look at the chart—the chart only said two words: 'DEATH IMMINENT.' 'What?' I thought, 'No Way!' I slowly and painfully crawled back up into my bed, reconnected my oxygen supply and murmured to myself, 'I’ll show them!' I then fell back to sleep in utter exhaustion."< Less
DEATH IMMINENT AND THE FANTASTIC LIFE THAT FOLLOWED By Howard Pollock
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DEATH IMMINENT (from the introduction) "I was serving as a Navy flyer in the South Pacific region during World War II when I was very seriously wounded by the premature explosion of a defective... More > hand grenade that I was throwing. It traumatically-amputated my right hand and forearm and severely-punctured both my lungs.... A short time later, when I was alone in my hospital room, I noted the medical chart at the foot of my bed, and wanted to see what the chart said. I disconnected the oxygen tube and call-button and crawled down to the foot of the bed to look at the chart—the chart only said two words: 'DEATH IMMINENT.' 'What?' I thought, 'No Way!' I slowly and painfully crawled back up into my bed, reconnected my oxygen supply and murmured to myself, 'I’ll show them!' I then fell back to sleep in utter exhaustion." < Less