intratracheal


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intratracheal

[¦in·trə′trā·kē·əl]
(anatomy)
Being or occurring within the trachea.
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Pulmonary inflammatory and fibrotic responses in Fischer 344 rats after intratracheal instillation exposure to Libby amphibole.
Intratracheal injection of BLM leads to lung fibrosis in 3 stages.
Intratracheal thyroid tissue can be found anywhere between the glottis and tracheal carina and usually presents as a broad-based, smooth, circular mass that originates from the posterolateral wall and projects into the tracheal lumen.
The value of continuous intratracheal insufflations of air (Meltzer) in thoracic surgery.
But it has been unclear if the local, intratracheal administration of MSCs is comparable to, or better than systemic transplantation," he explained.
James proposed intratracheal suctioning as a method to prevent MAS about 4 decades ago (3).
The majority of studies investigating soluble Cr(VI) compounds administered through inhalation, intrabronchial implantation, or intratracheal instillation either showed no effect or small but non significant increases in lung tumour formation (7).
Given that most of these intratracheal lesions are either subglottic or intrathoracic, expiratory or biphasic stridor maymimic non-neoplastic syndromes, including asthma and bronchitis.
At this stage all animals received a similar intratracheal inoculation of Escherichia coli.
Following euthanasia, the lungs of offspring at 7 weeks PI were fixed through intratracheal instillation of 2.
Using this machine, Mott induced anaesthesia with a mixture of ether and chloroform via nasopharyngeal tubes and once the patient was anaesthetised, passed the intratracheal catheter with the insufflation machine still running; "the one drawback is that it is necessary to get accustomed to the blast of strong anaesthetic vapour, which sometimes makes the eyes water .