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(medicine) blowing air or medicated powder into the lungs (or into some other body cavity)

an act of blowing or breathing on or into something

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Since Magill was unable to administer nitrous oxide by insufflation, he created some equipment to deliver gas by a to-and-fro system, via one wide bore endotracheal tube.
By providing stable pneumo-peritoneum, continuous smoke evacuation and valve-free access to the abdominal cavity, the AirSeal System reduces procedural time, costs, and hassles in ways that conventional insufflation, trocar and filtered tubing systems simply cannot do," he stated.
Carbon dioxide insufflation systems are widely utilized in both the United States and Europe in CT colonography as a useful screening tool for detecting and diagnosing colorectal cancer in its early stages.
Leung as a proof of principle of water insufflation in unsedated coLonoscopy demonstrated improved patient comfort and cecal intubation with that method (Gastrointest.
We postulate that insufflation of the extraperitoneal space caused bleeding which tracked down through the femoral canal, opening it up and allowing herniation of pre-peritoneal fat.
Since a working group of the European Commission's Scientific Committee adopted a more relaxed attitude towards insufflation, other member states are profiting by processing lambs exported live from Britain to the specification preferred by Greece and other Mediterranean countries where lightweight Welsh lamb is popular.
Contract awarded for Acquisition For Supply System And Needle Clip Applier Laparoscopic Insufflation For Hospital Dipreca
NEW YORK, July 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Laparoscopic Devices in US$ Thousands by the following Product Segments: Laparoscopes, Trocars, Insufflation and Suction/Irrigation Devices, Closure Devices, Hand Instruments, Direct Energy Devices, Gastric Band, Hand Assist Devices, and Other Laparoscopic Devices.
According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research "Laparoscopy Devices Market (Laparoscopes, Irrigation Systems, Insufflation Devices, Trocars, Sample Retrieval Bags, Wound Protectors, Internal Closure Devices, Gastric Bands, Hand-Assist Devices, and Energy Systems) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019," the global laparoscopy devices market was valued at USD 7.
Ltd announced today that EIDIA received approval on August 8, 2011 to manufacture and market PROTOCO2L, Japan's first carbon dioxide insufflation system for use as a medical device in CT Colonography, along with the carbon dioxide insufflation tube PROTOCO2L Catheter Set (collectively referred to as "the Product").
The patient was placed on oral antibiotic therapy for 14 days and encouraged to perform auto insufflation as her hearing began to improve.
CHICAGO -- Higher intraperitoneal insufflation pressures at trocar entry appear to safely establish appropriate pneumoperitoneum in otherwise healthy obese women undergoing laparoscopic surgery, Dr.
In the laparoscopic surgery group, 3% experienced insufflation of the peritoneal cavity that required decompression with use of a Veress needle.
Unlike conventional insufflation and trocar systems, the Company's breakthrough integrated platform ensures stable pneumoperitoneum, continuously evacuates smoke and plume when energized medical devices such as electro-cautery, laser or ultrasound are used, and provides valve-free access to the abdominal cavity during both robotic and laparoscopic surgical procedures.