Translation of ventilator in Spanish:

ventilator

ventilador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvɛn(t)əˌleɪdər//ˈvɛntɪleɪtə/

noun

  • 1

    Building
    ventilador masculine
    • At one end of the hall, turbine air ventilators have been put up.
    • Adjustable ceiling ventilators let you control the airflow, while a window on the fly makes it feel less like you're in the doghouse.
    • They occur frequently in Chinese mines, which often lack even rudimentary safety equipment such as ventilators to disperse the gas.
    • We stratified trials by different high-frequency ventilators and by different ventilatory strategies.
    • A corridor along the room on one side has ventilators opening onto the drain.
    • Firemen used a positive pressure ventilator to force out the smoke.
    • The indoor air circulates through the core of the heat recovery ventilator along with cold, fresh, outdoor air.
    • The much-needed ventilators cost £20,000 each and the band hopes to give the fundraising appeal a real boost.
    • There were ventilators but the portholes had to remain closed.
    • Ventilation was provided by a high-frequency jet ventilator through a cannula attached to the proximal port of the rigid bronchoscope.
    • ‘Close all doors, windows and ventilators,’ says the MoD report.
    • Inlet chamber temperature was influenced by ambient air temperature and ventilator output temperature.
    • This is a model beehive, and that is a ventilator, for ventilating sewers.
    • Plenty of light enters through empty portholes on both sides of the engine room and ventilator hatches in the roof.
    • Maybe we should put ventilators in the White House, just in case.
    • The participants going in wore full equipment, including ventilators, and had it checked by their compatriots going in.
    • According to program statistics from 2001, 70 per cent of new homes without proper heat recovery ventilators were under-ventilated.
    • So you can see why turbine ventilators should never be covered up in the winter.
    • Remove the ventilators and put in the storm plates; duct tape over hatches and large port lights.
    • A smart bomb found its way down the ventilator shaft of the shelter.
  • 2

    Medicine
    respirador (artificial) masculine
    ventilador masculine
    • Patients were screened daily using published guidelines for ability to wean from the mechanical ventilator.
    • Frequent communication with his family revealed that he desired to have ventilator support withdrawn.
    • Fifteen have been so ill they have required ventilator support to stay alive.
    • Six patients reported symptomatic improvement, including three who were weaned off the mechanical ventilator.
    • Therefore, the correct ventilator setting should theoretically be tested during a formal sleep study.