In answer to blocking the air vents my answer would be no, in a hospital setting it is just not possible. The usual precautions and techniques can be followed. If peritontis occurs and is clealry linked then it can be investigated but in my experience connecting and disconnecting in many situations does not cause a problem, the no touch technique is more important.

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In answer to blocking the air vents my answer would be no, in a hospital setting it is just not possible. The usual precautions and techniques can be followed. If peritontis occurs and is clealry linked then it can be investigated but in my experience connecting and disconnecting in many situations does not cause a problem, the no touch technique is more important.

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In answer to blocking the air vents my answer would be no, in a hospital setting it is just not possible. The usual precautions and techniques can be followed. If peritontis occurs and is clealry linked then it can be investigated but in my experience connecting and disconnecting in many situations does not cause a problem, the no touch technique is more important.

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