Eye protection, a long-sleeved shirt, full-legged pants, gloves and a breathing respirator will help protect you from breathing in or being exposed to insulation particles that can irritate the skin, eyes or lungs.
In older children and adults, a respirator is often required to assist breathing; a tracheostomy may be necessary in some cases.
In more serious cases, the baby may have to have a breathing tube inserted and receive air from a respirator or ventilator.
Some infants may be placed on a ventilator or respirator with a breathing tube inserted into the airway.
Wear protective eye gear and a respirator as indicated by the tools and materials you're using.
If organ failure occurs, oxygen, the use of a respirator, or kidney dialysis may be necessary.
The young man is in critical condition and remains on a respirator at a Brooklyn hospital.
The best way to protect yourself is with a NIOSH certified respirator with a HEPA filter.
This may involve IV fluid replacement, use of a respirator, or kidney dialysis.
The sickest or most premature babies may need a respirator.