Definition of Insufflations

1. insufflation [n] - See also: insufflation



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insufflations

insuetude
insufferable
insufferableness
insufferably
insufficience
insufficiencies
insufficiency
insufficient
insufficiently
insufflate
insufflated
insufflates
insufflating
insufflation
insufflation anaesthesia
insufflations (current term)
insufflator
insufflators
insuitable
insula
insulable
insulae
insulant
insulants
insular
insular Spaniard
insular area
insular arteries
insular cortex
insular gray fox

Literary usage of Insufflations

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1. The London Medical and Physical Journal (1828)
"Stimulants, frictions, and insufflations of air into the lungs were required to revive the patient, whose life was nearly extinct. v , ^ ' 'ÔéČASE II. ..."

2. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technic: A Manual of Practical Procedures by Albert Sidney Morrow (1921)
"... insufflations Powders may be applied to the larynx by means of a special insufflator. They are of use chiefly in cases of ulceration, where a sedative ..."

3. A Text-book of Diseases of the Nose and Throat by Francke Huntington Bosworth (1896)
"insufflations. Snuffs and their application by means of specially devised instruments possess a certain value in the treatment of the upper ..."

4. Diseases of the chest, throat and nasal cavities by Ephraim Fletcher Ingals (1892)
"sL insufflations. Powders have been extensively used in the treatment of nasal and laryn- geal affections. I am accustomed to dilute most of the drugs which ..."

5. Diseases of the Nose and Throat by Algernon Coolidge (1915)
"insufflations of fine powders may be made by a simple insufflator by which they are dusted onto the mucous membrane of the nose or larynx. ..."

6. Diseases of the Nose and Throat by Algernon Coolidge (1915)
"insufflations of fine powders may be made by a simple insufflator by which they are dusted onto the mucous membrane of the nose or larynx. ..."

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