Pilot helps boy breathe easier

Johnson, Doris
April 2004
Airman;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p11
Focuses on the impact of a picture of U.S. Air Force pilot Captain James Dykas for the treatment of Blake Henderson, a young boy with a lung disease. Importance of the nebulizer to send medicine in the form of a fine spray directly to the lungs; Resemblance of the oxygen mask of Dykas with nebulizer mask of Henderson; Effect of the picture for the treatments of Henderson.


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