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UCL and Mercedes F1 team develop breathing aid

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UCL and Mercedes F1 team develop breathing aid

UCL and Mercedes F1 team develop breathing aid

Engineers from University College London and a team from Mercedes Formula One have redesigned and rebuilt a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) breathing aid to help keep coronavirus (COVID-19) patients out of intensive care.

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