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It’s hard to breathe in an N95 mask. This Stanford scientist has a clever solution

27 May 2020

The N95 mask is a lifesaver, but it’s uncomfortable to wear for a long time. One Stanford scientist has a potential solution.

It certainly doesn’t look elegant: an N95 mask, with two tubes sticking out, one of which snakes its way down to a bolted hunk of metal that resembles an industrial Discman. But looks can be deceiving. This new device, being developed at Stanford, is probably the most comfortable N95 a nurse or doctor could ever wear.


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