In Sevastopol, the University opened a laboratory liquid breathing

© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich in foobarcontroller laboratory. Archival photoIn Sevastopol, the University opened a laboratory liquid breathing© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich the image Bank

The Fund of perspective researches (FPI) has opened a laboratory for the development of technology for liquid breathing in Sevastopol state University, told RIA Novosti press-service of the Fund.

«On the basis of the Sevastopol state University in the framework of the project of FPI on the development of technology for liquid breathing opened laboratory «of Experimental life-support system of biological objects», – stated in the message.

By «liquid breathing» as a biomedical technology understand ventilation not air, and oxygen-rich liquid drug to ensure adequate blood oxygen saturation.

«The results of the research will find wide application in medicine — as in emergency treatment of various diseases and lesions of the lungs (thermal and chemical burns, underdevelopment of the lungs in premature infants, obstructive, infectious and other serious diseases), and will be used to support a variety of high-tech methods of treatment», – told in the Fund.

While today some substances with high oxygen-transport function, successfully used in ophthalmology, cosmetology, transplantation and other medical fields.

«Open lab solves individual tasks of a complex project PEF on liquid breathing, which formed extensive cooperation from a number of leading Russian educational and research organizations,» the Fund concluded.

FPI was established in 2012 to promote research and development in the interests of defence and security of the country. Activities are conducted in three main areas: chemical-biological and medical, physics and technical, information. At the end of 2015 in the structure of FPI was created by the national center of technology development and the basic elements of robotics. Currently, the Foundation runs more than 50 projects, they created more than 40 laboratories in leading universities, research institutes and defense industries.