evacuator


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e·vac·u·a·tor

(ē-vak'yū-ā-tŏr),
A mechanical evacuant; an instrument for the removal of fluid or small particles from a body cavity, or of impacted feces from the rectum.

evacuator

[ivak′yo̅o̅·ā′tər]
an instrument for emptying a cavity, such as removing a calculus from the urinary bladder.

e·vac·u·a·tor

(ē-vak'yū-ā-tŏr)
A mechanical evacuant; an instrument for the removal of fluid or small particles from a body cavity, or of impacted feces from the rectum.

evacuator

(ē-văk′ū-ā-tor)
A device for emptying, as the bowels, or for irrigating the bladder and removing calculi.
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Use of smoke evacuators, good ventilation, and respiratory protection are warranted, especially for health care workers exposed to the plume for extended periods, they said (JAMA Dermatology.
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When the smoke evacuator was turned off for 30 seconds, there was a more than 26-fold increase in particulate count, compared with ambient baseline levels (ambient baseline, 15,300 ppc; LHR without smoke evacuator for 30 seconds, 435,888 ppc).
After consultation with the quality team and industry experts, the theatre manager approved the purchase of five smoke evacuator machines.
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We are currently trying to implement the change to smoke evacuator diathermy systems.
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