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aspirating

[′as·pə‚rād·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
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Our developments in aspirating smoke detector signaling architecture have enabled us to perfect and patent a revolutionary cross-matrix system.
Stratos, among other aspirating smoke detector manufacturers, use a filter to remove the majority of dust and contaminant from the sampled air.
The Aspirating Simplex Spray Nozzle is the first nozzle capable of introducing air bubbles inside a fuel spray.
The new collector with aspirating pipette can be used for collecting saliva samples for a wide array of tests," Dr.
Moldin stated that Faulding's valve has the added advantage of being a "swabable, aspirating back-check valve," which allows fluid to flow in both directions once a syringe or other intravenous device is attached, but prevents detrimental back-flow upon removal.
By using the Company's systems, gynecologic surgeons can resect the lining of the uterus and/or remove submucosal fibroids under direct visualization on a video monitor, while continuously morcellating and aspirating tissue from the uterus.
This procedure requires aspirating, marrow tissue from the patient prior to myeloablation and positively selecting the stem cells (mother cells responsible for producing all other blood and immune cells) with a CellPro CEPRATE(R) SC Stem Cell Concentration System.
If only blood aspirated, remove needle, apply pressure for 1 mm, repeat aspirate using new needle and syringe; try smaller needle; if still bloody, try aspirating using no suction at all
Aspirate and fully expel an amount of the liquid at least three times before aspirating for delivery.
The "Daily-Head" sterile disposable aspirating head for microbiological air samplers of the "SAS" sampler family has been produced for this purpose.