insufflator

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insufflator

 [in´sŭ-fla″tor]
an instrument used in insufflation.

in·suf·fla·tor

(in'sŭf-lā'tŏr),
An instrument used in insufflation.

insufflator

[in′səflā′tər]
Etymology: L, insufflare, to blow into
an apparatus used to blow air or gas into a body cavity.

in·suf·fla·tor

(in'sŭf-lā'tŏr)
An instrument used in insufflation.

in·suf·fla·tor

(in'sŭf-lā'tŏr)
An instrument used in insufflation.

insufflator (in´sə-fla″tər),

n an instrument used in insufflation.

insufflator

an instrument used in insufflation.
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The report provides value, in millions of US dollars, volume (in units) and average prices (in US dollars) within market segments - Insufflators, Monitors, Camera Heads, Video Processors, Light Source, Suction Pumps and Printers.
The position of the needle in the peritoneal cavity is confirmed by the free movement of the needle, the saline drop test and pressure recordings taken by the carbon dioxide insufflators.
I then sent a box of 100 insufflators back to the Children's Hospital after I returned to Virginia.
The reasons for conversion were bleeding from cystic artery (n=1), difficulty in controlling oozing from liver bed due to improper functioning of insufflators (n=1), and hole in common hepatic duct ( CHD ) (n=1) during dissection of Calot's triangle in a case of acute cholecystitis in which laparoscopic cholecystectomy was completed and T-tube was placed laparoscopically.