Crowe-Davis mouth gag

Crowe-Da·vis mouth gag

(krō dāv'ĭs),
instrument used for opening the mouth, depressing the tongue, maintaining the airway, and transmitting volatile anesthetics by inhalation or endotracheal tube during tonsillectomy or other oropharyngeal surgery.

Crowe-Da·vis mouth gag

(krō-dā'vis mowth gag)
Instrument used for opening the mouth, depressing the tongue, maintaining the airway, and transmitting volatile anesthetics during tonsillectomy or other oropharyngeal surgery.

Davis,

John Staige, U.S. surgeon, 1872-1946.
Crowe-Davis mouth gag - Synonym(s): Davis-Crowe mouth gag
Davis graft - small pieces (2 to 3 mm) of full-thickness skin. Synonym(s): pinch graft
Davis-Crowe mouth gag - instrument used for opening the mouth, depressing the tongue, maintaining the airway, and transmitting volatile anesthetics during tonsillectomy or other oropharyngeal surgery. Synonym(s): Crowe-Davis mouth gag

Crowe,

Samuel J., U.S. physician, 1883-1955.
Crowe-Davis mouth gag - Synonym(s): Davis-Crowe mouth gag
Crowe sign - in the presence of lateral sinus thrombosis, internal jugular vein compression resulting in engorgement of retinal vessels.
Davis-Crowe mouth gag - see under Davis
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A Crowe-Davis mouth gag was used to gain exposure, and the patient was placed into suspension.