Sufflation

Suf`fla´tion


n.1.The act of blowing up or inflating.
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The complications were extra-peritoneal in sufflation, Omental and bowel injuries, and failed laparoscopy.20 Studies indicate that elevated intra-abdominal pressure prevents injuries.
These include the effects of pneumoperitoneum, patient positioning, extraperitoneal gas sufflation and venous embolism.
Such an effect was demonstrated by treatment of elderly patients with a small amount of ozone by rectal sufflation, which resulted in improved antioxidant status and reduced biomarkers of lipid and protein oxidation [131].