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.

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.
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The same equipment, including the same monitor, insufflators, light source and camera, were used for all cases.
The peripheral instruments segments described in the report include insufflators and endoscopy fluid management systems.
Based in Berlin, Germany, World of Medicine is the leading supplier to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of regulatory controlled medical insufflators, pumps, and related disposables for the minimally invasive surgical market.
Operative procedures are performed with laparoscopic insufflators capable of flow rates of at least four to 10 liters per minute (L/min).
It is particularly good for trans-anal colorectal surgery such as TAMIS and taTME cases, as it does not cause the bellowing effect of the pneumorectum that standard insufflators do, which makes things a lot easier for the surgeon.
Normally insufflators are used in laparoscopy to pump carbon dioxide gas into the abdomen of women for regulating gas pressure during the operation.
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.
Maybe because I trained in Pittsburgh, I was shocked to return to my alma mater to join the faculty and find no insufflators! Now, 15 years later, I teach a 2 hour ear exam workshop to all of the medical students, family medicine residents, and pediatrics residents at the University of Virginia (I am still hoping to get to the emergency medicine residents).
There is much equipment and technology to be mastered, including systems for warming and cooling the patient, operation of drills, saws, cameras, videos, insufflators, microscopes and etectrosurgical equipment, and understanding medications and chemicals.