Tekko, the makers of the first-generation of the Teknoski medical instrument, have revealed the basic medical devices they’ve been working on for the past three years.

The first Teklo device was unveiled in 2014 and is currently used by patients who have undergone surgery.

Tekko’s new products are designed for healthcare workers and paramedics who need to operate on patients who are unable to speak and who are struggling to breathe due to breathing problems, heart problems, or other conditions.

The device consists of a pressure cuff, a breathing mask, a pressure band, and a chest tube, which is designed to fit around the chest.

The pressure cuff is designed for use with the Tecknoski, an automatic breathing device for people with obstructive sleep apnea, and the pressure band is designed specifically for the device’s use in children.

Teklo has a patent pending on the device, which could be used to make other types of medical equipment that would be used by healthcare workers, paramedics, or anyone who needs to operate under difficult conditions.

Tekko will also be releasing an additional type of medical device, called a pressure chest, in 2017.

Tekkno’s new product will be available in 2018 and 2019.

Tecknoskki, Tekloski and the Teakoski are Tekkoski medical instruments designed to improve breathing.

They are designed to help people breathe through the mouth, and to stop breathing by opening the airways to allow the air to move around in a more controlled fashion.

With the TeKlo device, the device can also be used in conjunction with a breathing device that has been designed specifically to assist patients with breathing problems.

Tekski, the Tekski and Teckloski are not the only medical products Tekroski has released in 2017:The Teksko and Tekskos are also compatible with the existing Teklon device, a portable oxygen supply for breathing machines, and other medical equipment.

The Tekrokski, which are designed specifically with respiratory issues in mind, are currently being used in the medical setting by paramedics, and are expected to become more widely used in healthcare settings.