suction channel

suction channel

A passage within an endoscope through which fluids may be injected or removed. During endoscopy it is used to draw blood, feces, mucus, or secretions away from the lens of the scope, so that clinical observations can be made with clarity and tissues can be selected for specimen collection.
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In the first case, a pressure transducer was attached to the suction channel of the bronchoscope without suction applied.
The larger suction channel has been engineered to attract evasive free-floating tissue for easy removal, and to clear bubbles for enhanced surgical precision and visibility.
3) of a piston pipettes manual suction channel (2 Unit)
The in-use study showed residuals for protein, hemoglobin and bioburden in the suction channel (L1) after EVOTECH ECR cleaning are substantially better (99.
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Tenders are invited for Flexible Fibroptic Scope with suction channel.
Tenders are invited for De-Silting Of Lodgment, Silt Trap Of 13 And 14 Seam, Suction Channel Of Deep Mine And Removal Of Muck From I-Level 140 Hp Pump Sump, 17 Spl.
Contract notice: Delivery of a high pressure flusher and suction channel with water recovery.
Weeding operations- Scanning and the suction channel,- The maintenance of temporary safety beaconing, provisional measures, etc.
Dust extraction ports were placed at regular intervals along the center of the spiral, either in the form of slots perforated directly in the central extraction column or as suction channels under sections of the spiral with perforations.
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