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_kurts_mustache

J.R.R Tolkiens new book Degree in Medicine- fellowship of the royal college of anaestetists

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chaosrun3

For all the people whining about masks, when they or their loved ones need to get a surgery, I wish the doctor says the masks they wear for hours is making them sick and they can't do surgery anymore. Wouldn't that be fun? :)

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ferencgyori

Or just tell her to use some scented gum if she cannot tolerate her own breath...

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platinumpatriot

Your O2 levels will absolutely decrease depending on the kind of mask/physical activity... You can test this at home with your own oximeter.

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rob3ston3

And you still reply on FB....so basically your PhD Is useless...

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mrtornado1113

It's the internet, I'm Batman

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tclaudiohermos

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mannbaerschwein

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han111

If you don't understand you get less oxygen to your brain when using proper masks, maybe your brain just don't need that much to function.

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haveajimmeny

This is actually true. I'm an air hygiene consultant. Masks used for prolonged periods outside of sterile hospital environments DO increase your chance of getting sick. They're used to prevent the spread of saliva whilst talking not stop or filter the air you breath. That's not how air or pathogens move.

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