Definition of Evacuator

1. n. One who evacuates; a nullifier.



Definition of Evacuator

1. Noun. One who evacuates; a nullifier. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Evacuator

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Medical Definition of Evacuator

1. A mechanical evacuant; an instrument for the removal of fluid or small particles from a body cavity, or of impacted faeces from the rectum. Ellik evacuator, a special instrument with glass receptacle, latex or plastic bulb, and flexible tubing, used to evacuate tissue fragments, blood clots, or calculi from the urinary bladder. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Evacuator

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Literary usage of Evacuator

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1. The Science and Art of Surgery: A Treatise on Surgical Injuries, Diseases by John Eric Erichsen, Marcus Beck, Raymond Johnson (1895)
"The various modifications of the evacuator are represented in the accompanying figures. Fig. 883 represents Bigelow's original evacuator, which he, however, ..."

2. I. The Mechanism of Dislocations and Fracture of the Hip: II. Litholapaxy by Henry Jacob Bigelow (1894)
"... nor an evacuator is a new instrument. But it would be a mistake to infer that the operation could have been done with the instruments of the old ..."

3. Manual of operative surgery by Holburt Jacob Waring (1898)
"... lifting it to the centre of the cavity of the bladder, and then crushing it. This is repeated until the FIG. 123.—Bigelow's evacuator, for use in ..."

4. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1891)
"That in a properly constructed evacuator a trap complicating and increasing the length of the evacuating canal is unnecessary can perhaps be best ..."

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