exsufflation


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exsufflation

(ˌɛksʌfˈleɪʃən)
n
(Medicine) med (in medicine) the expiration of air from the lungs or other body cavity, either manually or mechanically
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In SPLS groups, the median EBL and the anal exsufflation time were significantly less than those of the conventional group (5 ml vs.
Prevention of gas leak must be kept in mind at all times and exsufflation through the trocar valve before removing the trocars are essential.
Arterial blood gas analysis done prior to insufflation, 15 minutes after insufflation and 15 minutes after exsufflation showed that respiratory rate and PaCO2 were maintained within physiological limits.
Hill's argument in "When God Blew Satan out of Heaven: The Motif of Exsufflation in Vercelli Homily XIX and Later English Literature," Leeds Studies in English n.