How do respirocytes save lives?


 Once manufactured, respirocytes are filled with oxygen and prepared for use. In an emergency situation they can be injected directly into the bloodstream of the endangered individual. They do not move by their own power, but are carried along in the bloodstream like natural erythrocytes. Once the respirocytes have dispersed they begin releasing oxygen and collecting carbon dioxide.


If the animation on the left does not load, click on the links below for the QuickTime Plug-in.
Macintosh or Windows