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cal·i·bra·tor

(kal'i-brā-ter, -tōr),
A standard or reference material or substance used to standardize or calibrate an instrument or laboratory procedure.

calibrator

1 an instrument used to measure the size of an opening.
2 an instrument used to increase the diameter of an opening, such as a dilator of a urethral stricture.

calibrator

A solution of a known concentration which is weighed or determined by repetitive testing using a reference or definitive method that spans a reportable range.

cal·i·bra·tor

(kal'i-brā-tŏr)
A standard or reference material or substance with a known value that is used to standardize or calibrate an instrument or laboratory procedure.

calibrator

an instrument for dilating a tubular structure or for determining the caliber of such a structure.
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