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Synonyms for instillation

the introduction of a liquid (by pouring or injection) drop by drop

a liquid that is instilled drop by drop

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Of the respondents who reported never using normal saline instillation (42%, n = 8), the majority based this on a lack of supporting evidence (37%, n = 7).
1-3) In these studies, hearing loss did not appear to be related to the frequency or total number of instillations or to the length of treatment.
Reuters said Los Angeles' instillation of the AMP terminal is a part of a $50-million settlement awarded to the National Resources Defense Council and the Clean Air Coalition on behalf of San Pedro residents for their high rates of respiratory illness and cancer.
Teaching involves the instillation of musical and technical concepts into students, while coaching focuses primarily on the interpretation and performance of the pieces at hand.
Although the main control panel's interface could use a more modern makeover, NetSign is a solid security package with relatively simple instillation that anyone seeking a more robust layer of protection should keep an eye on.
A nine-month project at 12th century St Hilda's Church on the Headland has seen the instillation of computer generated images, interactive touch screens, information displays and better lighting.
The company says this case of instillation translates into continued product flow because no shutdowns and depressurization are required.
Other reasons for saline instillation include enhancing cough stimulation, mobilizing secretions, as well as diluting secretions (Bostick & Wendelgass, 1987).
One of the most peculiar MMC administration routes is intravesical instillation as a preventive therapy for the recurrence and stage progression of superficial bladder cancer after transurethral resection.
They are: instillation of hope, universality, imparting information, the corrective recapitulation of the primary family group, development of socializing techniques, imitative behavior, catharsis, and existential factors.
During a bladder instillation, the bladder is filled with a solution that is held for varying periods of time, from a few seconds to 15 minutes, before being drained through a narrow tube called a catheter.
Apaziquone is in development to treat non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NIMBC) as a single instillation following transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT).
Intravesical formalin instillation, first reported in 1969, was initially used in the management of refractory bladder hemorrhage from inoperable cancer.
Besides the effects of the peritoneal stretching and post-operative nausea and vomiting, pain at the operated site is of definite concern for the patient and the anaesthesiologist Intrapleural instillation of local anaesthetics for post-operative pain relief in case of thoracotomies, upper abdominal surgeries in children and even laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Contract award: f 2364 - comparison of inhalation and instillation as test methods for characterizing granular biopersistent dusts (gbs).