A nurse uses a Beckman Oxygen Meter to monitor the oxygen flowing through an isolette containing a baby. Monitoring oxygen flow greatly reduced the rate of blindness (retrolental fibroplasia) among premature infants in the 1950s, after it was discovered that this was caused by supplying too much oxygen.
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