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neb·u·lize

(neb'yū-līz),
To break up a liquid into a fine spray or vapor; to vaporize.
[L. nebula, mist]
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nebulize

(nĕb′yə-līz′)
tr.v. nebu·lized, nebu·lizing, nebu·lizes
1. To convert (a liquid) to a fine spray; atomize.
2. To treat with a medicated spray.

neb′u·li·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
neb′u·liz′er n.
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neb·u·lize

(neb'yū-līz)
To break up a liquid into a fine spray or vapor; to vaporize.
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neb·u·lize

(neb'yū-līz)
To break up a liquid into a fine spray or vapor; to vaporize.
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He said that 50 nebulisation machines have been installed to facilitate incoming patients.
The control group consists of 100 patients who received nebulisation of Inj.
The reasons for delay observed and discussed with administration and organisation's reformers included: (a) unavailability of beds, incubator and ventilator for patients planned to be admitted to the hospital, (b) unnecessary hold of critically ill patients in ED by the admitting residents for further stabilisation, (c) delays in service provided by laboratory, and ancillary services, and shortage of staff, (d) flow of patients coming for only intravenous (IV) or intramuscular (IM)medications and for nebulisation from home or being referred from main consulting clinic of hospital, and (e) no proper provision available for reassessment of patients in ED, especially during step-down process to other non-critical areas or to decide for early discharge or disposal from ED.
[7] In our case, early and aggressive management with intramuscular adrenaline and adrenaline nebulisation along with steroids and antihistamines favoured intubation or else the condition would have demanded a surgical airway.
* They are administered by inhalation, most commonly by nebulisation in acute asthma.
Nebulisation Induced Not Total induced Levosalbutamol 36 (90%) 4 (10%) 40 (100%) 0.9% normal saline 20 (50%) 20 (50%) 40 (100%) 3% hypertonic saline 39 (97.5%) 1 (2.5%) 40 (100%) Table 3: Cumulative effects of levosalbutamol.
On further evaluation, it was discovered that 15 minutes prior to the ocular examination, ipratropium bromide followed by salbutamol nebulisation was given for bronchospasm through a faulty leaking nebuliser set.
The ancient Greeks and Egyptians used nebulisers to deliver drugs to the lungs and nebulisation is common during routine therapeutic management of patients with chest problems.
But she was found guilty of failing to carry out a proper examination by not taking a peak flow reading prior to nebulisation, delaying without good reason to commence nebulisation and discussing the cost of masks.
But, after an eight-day hearing in central London, the General Medical Council found Mallon guilty of failing to carry out a proper examination and delaying nebulisation.
to bed,I received first-class treatment,oxygen nebulisation and a cooling fan to bring the temperature down.
She used her inhaler, but that did not work, so she underwent a round of nebulisation as she keeps a nebuliser at home.