Carbon dioxide - Applications in cryotherapy and respiratory gases

The application of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the wider realm of cryogenics usually involves the freezing of food products, plus select applications in industrial processes. There is a small market for cryotherapy and usage as a respiratory stimulant. Sam Rushing explains.

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