In Russia introduced a system of liquid breathing

Today, Vice-President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Rogozin during his meeting with the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić showed him a number of innovative Russian development in various fields. One of them was a unique system of breathing liquid, allowing living organisms to breathe underwater by means of liquid filling their lungs. Something like you might see in sci-fi movie "The Abyss," directed by James Cameron.

In Russia introduced a system of liquid breathing

Especially for the President of Serbia held an impressive demonstration of a unique technology. The reservoir with oxygen-rich liquid placed taxi which accustomed there after a few minutes, then began to breathe normally completely new environment. After a while the dog was removed from the tank, carefully wiped with a towel, and Aleksandar Vučić was able to see for themselves that the animals everything is in order. The President noted that he was deeply impressed by what he saw. Dmitry Rogozin stressed that the Russian development - is tomorrow sought by Russian scientists.

Liquid breathing is done using liquids, excellent dissolving oxygen. It involves filling the lungs oxygenated liquid which then enters the blood. In most perfluorocarbon compounds used for these purposes, which have a low surface tension, vysokoinertny, and are not metabolized in the body. To date, there is no single system of liquid respiration, which would be actively used in a particular area. Several teams of researchers conducted a separate experiment in this area. This technology is one of several set up in the walls of the Advanced Research Foundation (DRF). The project is led Fedor Arsenyev. The scientist believes that the operating system is liquid breathing could save many human lives. For example, during the collapse of a submarine at a depth of over 100 meters, the sailors simply can not rise to the surface due to decompression sickness, during which there is "the effect of the blood boil." In the case of using a liquid breathing apparatus, people will be able to leave the submarine without any risk and calmly rise to the surface. In addition, this technology can save premature babies, as well as help people who have received respiratory tract burns.