gasiform

gas·i·form

 (găs′ə-fôrm′)
adj.
Having the form of gas; gaseous.

gasiform

(ˈɡæsɪˌfɔːm)
adj
(General Physics) in a gaseous form
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Thrilled with the results and response, Benny Parihar, partner at Cryo Health, Dubai, explains how the procedure works: "Whole Body Cryotherapy [WBC] involves a painless freezing of the skin's surface through exposure to extremely low temperatures [-120 to -140 degrees Celsius using gasiform nitrogen] for a maximum of three minutes.
The use of the visible light in combination with water-filtered infrared-A (VIS + wIRA) [32] showed satisfactory results, while the use of ozone gasiform [25] was not effective.
Gasiform ozone or ozonized water shows an increased healing compared to wound healing without ozone therapy.
Colonic distension can be easily accomplished by the administration of a rectal enema that includes liquid or gasiform contrast agents.11 However, this issue is more complex for evaluation of the small bowel.
Pollution, irrigation with industrial and domestic sewage; discharge of extra solid, liquid and gasiform wastes and acid rain; long term use of chemical compounds; improper disposal of animal excrement and waste from farmland have all contributed to China's dwindling rice production.