Injected Oxygen Particle Will Let Us Survive Under Water

Injected Oxygen Particle Will Let Us Survive Under Water
After injecting this particle into blood, we will be able to live without breath.
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These micro particles are in the form of tiny capsule. These capsules are 2-4 micrometers in size. And made of a single layer of lipids.
That layer is surrounding with a small bubble of oxygen gas.
When capsule injected in blood stream, it became suspended. Due to this bubble of oxygen gas will not get bigger. It would make them deadly, FYI.
Injected Oxygen Particle Will Let Us Survive Under Water

How this capsules works

After injecting the capsule in blood stream, it will crash in our red blood cells(RBC). Though this way it will transfer the oxygen from capsule to cell.
Research said that through this way around 70% of the oxygen injected in body cells.
Researchers experimented this method on Rabbit.
Scientists managed to keep rabbit alive for fifteen minutes with blocked wind pipe.
In the study reported in the paper, they used a device called a sonicator.
This device uses high-intensity sound waves to mix the oxygen and lipids together.
The process traps oxygen gas inside particles.
As the ocean level is increasing day by day.
It will be a good idea for us to get a handle on the whole breathing underwater. Or on a moon or on any other planet.

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  1. Scarto says:

    Yeah it is correct, we inhale oxygen when there a demand of oxygen to the body. This is how it works I suppose, we inject oxygen in nanoscale capsules and when there is a demand of oxygen, capsule breaks and mixed with blood stream and supplies to the whole body. Like this we can avoid breathing for a temporarily.
    The rate of expansion of capsules are also very important because if all the capsules burst out there will be more oxygen content in our blood, that’s also very dangerous. This must be taken carefully in order to avoid such problems.

    Some turtle family has a special technique to this problem, it breathe though anus with the help of cloaca which is present some fish, some amphibians and even some mammals. Where human does not have a cloaca but have a cloaca region where it separate anus and urinary system.

  2. What happened to the rabbit, did it die?, or was the wind pipe unblocked.

  3. No, rabbit survived. Pipes gets unblocked

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