It is typically fog-resistant and unbreakable, and its suctioned base attaches comfortably to any tile (or glass) surface.
For this procedure, a flexible tube is inserted through the nose, down the throat, and into the stomach and the contents of the stomach are suctioned out.
When these bubbles are suctioned away, they reappear.
Coughing helps to break up secretions in the lungs so that the mucus can be expectorated or suctioned out if necessary.
Postural drainage uses the force of gravity to assist in effectively draining secretions from the smaller airways into the central airway where they can either be coughed up or suctioned out.