Definition of Extubating
1. extubate [v] - See also: extubate
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extubating
Literary usage of Extubating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Case Studies from the Quality Improvement Support System by David H. Gustafson (1998)
"The team originally recommended extubating patients as soon as they were awake ... Currently, the team is examining the possibility of extubating after 7 pm ..."
2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"... and extubating himself, and cannot be induced to wear the tube continuously and long enough permanently to cure his cicatrix, which at constantly longer ..."
3. The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children (1903)
"... and begins a change in the treatment by intubating, and extubating with progressively smaller tubes until the patient no longer requires them. ..."
4. Diseases of Infancy and Childhood: Their Dietetic, Hygienic, and Medical by Louis Fischer (1917)
"... tube" cases by introducing tho largest sized tube that can be worn, and allowing the tube to remain in situ four, five or six weeks before extubating. ..."
5. The Diseases of infancy and childhood by Henry Koplik (1902)
"In extubating, it is an aid in removing the tube. No anaesthetic is required, and ordinary assistance only is necessary. The air passing into the bronchi is ..."