Sunday, February 16, 2014

What's that bubbling sound?

Some people have been curious about the bubbling noise in the background of some of the videos. In the video below, we tried to show where that noise is coming from:

The blue tube keeps the air heated and the white tube brings moist, oxygenated air. They adjust the air pressure that's pushed into Roscoe's lungs with the numbered tube sticking out of the top of the clear box with bubbles. They adjust the oxygen percentage with a dial up higher.

The bubbling sound not only puts Roscoe to sleep, but it also puts us to sleep when we're holding him later in the day. We are curious to see once Roscoe comes home if Roscoe will need noise to sleep, or if he'll be able to sleep without white noise.

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