nebulization


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nebulization

 [neb″u-lĭ-za´shun]
1. conversion into a spray; called also atomization.
2. treatment by a spray.

neb·u·li·za·tion

(neb'yū-li-zā'shŭn),
Spraying or vaporization.
[L. nebula, mist]
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Although, a high AFP is desired for acclimatization substrates, this factor may adversely interfere with water availability, especially when the plant is removed from an environment irrigated by intermittent nebulization.
Nebulization with normal saline have been shown to be beneficial in these patients.
Children in the observation group were given oxygen-driven budesonide (Astra Zeneca Pty Ltd., Australia, Registration No.: H 20090902) nebulization, 0.5 mg each time, twice each day; oxygen flow was 6~8 L/ min, and nebulization lasted for 10 to 15 minutes each time, from the moment of the diagnosis of ventilator associated pneumonia to the 3rd day after ventilator weaning.
As the goal of this trial was to evaluate the effect of intraperitoneal ropivacaine nebulization, conversion to an open technique was considered a protocol dropout.
Effects of LMWH Nebulization on Partial Pressure Arterial Oxygen (Pa[O.sub.2]).
There is a significant difference in doses between nebulization and parenteral administration of epinephrine.
Because of the successively use of lidocaine nebulization and IV meperidine injection for bronchoscopy, it could be difficult to discern which drug-induced the seizure.
Various nebulization recipes were tried (eg, sterile saline only, a saline/acetylcysteine [20 mg/ mL] combination, and a saline/acetylcysteine [20 mg/mL]/dexamethasone sodium phosphate [0.16 mg/mL] combination).
In each group, measurements and exam were done prior to the first nebulization as baseline evidence and they were repeated 12 and 24 hours afterwards.
Wednesday near the lobby of Oregon Heart and Vascular Institute at Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend in Springfield; therapists and staff from local medical equipment retailers will showcase medical supplies and answer questions about medical equipment, portable oxygen delivery systems and home nebulization units.
All of the infants received 2.5 mg salbutamol nebulization at baseline and at 30, 60, and 120 minutes, and then every 2 hours until discharge.