Davidson syringe

Da·vid·son sy·ringe

(dā'vid-sŏn),
a rubber tube, armed with an appropriate nozzle, intersected with a compressible bulb, with valves so arranged that compression forces the fluid, into which one end of the tube is inserted, forward to the nozzle end.
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Davidson,

Edward C., U.S. surgeon, 1894-1933.
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Davidson syringe - a rubber tube intersected with a compressible bulb designed to take up fluid.
Davidson trocar
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