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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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When aspirating, hold the pipette vertically and pull the pipette straight out from the center of the container.
This has a single body with two aspirating heads: two separate plates may be used for simultaneous sampling to differentiate micro-organisms (onto two different media) or onto the same media to calculate an average value and to obtain a more representative result
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.
NeedleZap(R) Dental is a small, portable device that disintegrates the needles used with dental aspirating syringes, reducing the risk and liability of accidental needlesticks, and assisting practices in complying with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen standards.
NeedleZap(R) Dental is a small, portable device that disintegrates the needles used with dental aspirating syringes, helping to reduce the risk and liability of accidental needlesticks.
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.
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.