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Synonyms for aspirate

a consonant pronounced with aspiration

Related Words

remove as if by suction

pronounce with aspiration

suck in (air)

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The Turborator[R] offers oxygen transfer efficiency higher than other mechanical self aspirating aerators due to the manner in which gas is introduced below the liquid surface.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- AirSense Technology Limited, leading manufacturer of award winning Stratos(R) aspirating smoke detection systems, is proud to introduce MatrixScan(TM), the world's first addressable virtual detector matrix system featuring sample port-annunciation(TM).
The unique technology employed in the AirSense Stratos Series Aspirating Smoke Detection System uses relative sensitivity to establish appropriate alarm thresholds.
The tip of the catheter, which rotates at between 25,000rpm and 50,000rpm, is capable of scraping and aspirating debris in two diameters," he explained.
Chien-Pei Mao, Delavan's director of research, said, "An engine equipped with Delavan's Aspirating Simplex Spray Nozzle could be designed to require a simplified fuel control system with less cost and weight than engines built with other types of nozzles.
By administering significantly lower amounts of thrombolytics, isolating the treatment area, and aspirating the infused area, may allow physicians to use it in patients that are contra-indicated for systemic thrombolytic agents.
Braun's ULTRASITE Needle-Free IV System is designed to reduce accidental needlesticks when injecting, aspirating, or infusing fluids and medications.
The patent was granted for a saliva collector with an aspirating pipette, a device that makes saliva collection easier and cuts the collection time in half, Dr.
Aspirating for blood return allows for positive confirmation of venous placement.
that manufactures medical devices featuring single-use, auto-destruct aspirating and non-aspirating syringes.
By using the Company's system, gynecologic surgeons can resect the lining of the uterus and remove submucosal fibroids under direct visualization on a video monitor, while continuously aspirating tissue fragments from the uterus.
By using the Company's system, gynecologic surgeons can resect the lining of the uterus and/or remove submucosal fibroids under direct visualization on a video monitor, while continuously aspirating tissue fragments from the uterus.