gavage


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feeding that consists of the delivery of a nutrient solution (as through a nasal tube) to someone who cannot or will not eat

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Half milliliter of this solution was given to the mice via oral gavage daily for 14 days.
15) Although unavoidable, the stress associated with manual restraint and gavage administration of contrast material may also have influenced the results of this study.
5ml/100gm of olive oil, both by oral gavage daily for 14 days.
Group 5: Control SHR animals (SHR-C), treated with the saline vehicle administered by gavage at 5 ml/kg bw per day.
All prescriptions were administrated by gavage method at 10 pm to 11 am.
Weekly mean body mass between the groups and the mean blood glucose concentration at different time periods after oral glucose gavage or intravenous glucose infusion were compared using the Bonferroni post hoc test.
Known today as a quintessentially French delicacy, the roots of the gavage feeding technique used to create foie gras, fattened duck or goose liver, are actually far closer to home.
beaucoup moins que]Il faut apprendre a l'eleve les langages fondamentaux et eviter le gavage inutile[beaucoup plus grand que], souligne-t-il, insistant sur l'enseignement des matieres essentielles.
Caffeine Group--these animals were given caffeine (Farmacia Sao Paulo Manipulacao, Maringa, Parana, Brazil) once a day, in the morning, through gavage.
Known as gavage, the French word for "force-feeding," it requires pushing a tube down a duck's or goose's throat two or three times a day for the last few weeks before slaughter, inserting food directly into its stomach.