Definition of Insufflating

1. Verb. (present participle of insufflate) ¹



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Definition of Insufflating

1. insufflate [v] - See also: insufflate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insufflating

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

Literary usage of Insufflating

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1. Diseases of Women by Harry Sturgeon Crossen (1922)
"Apparatus for insufflating gas through fallopian tubes 92 ]•">.".. Another apparatus for insufflating gas through tubes Ü2 l.'il. Pulsating gas meter 93 ! ..."

2. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1850)
"We may mention a tube ueed for arresting epistaxis, which will plug the posterior nares by insufflating it. Pessaries and a great number of variously-shaped ..."

3. Diseases of the Lungs, Heart, and Kidneys by Nathan Smith Davis (1892)
"... by insufflating a powder composed of it and some bland diluent. A cocaine ointment may be used, a little being placed in the nostrils and allowed to ..."

4. Manual of Diseases of the Ear: For the Use of Students and Practitioners of by Thomas Barr (1884)
"... syringing produces disturbing symptoms, it is better to avoid the syringing altogether, simply wiping away the moisture with cotton, and insufflating ..."

5. Nelson's American Lancet by James Horace Nelson (1854)
"A child, 26 days old, laboring under pneumonia of the right lung, was repeatedly re-an- i muted— when apparently at the point of death—by insufflating the ..."

6. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1896)
"... been washing out their noses with hydrogen dioxid and insufflating them with boric acid, I took the older of the two to the office of Dr. Harrison Allen ..."

7. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"... by bleeding or by clamping the trachea or by insufflating the lungs with carbon dioxide or hydrogen gas), and that as a rule a very marked constriction ..."

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