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naris

[′nar·əs]
(anatomy)
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Multicenter evaluation of BBL CHROMagar MRSA medium for direct detection of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus from surveillance cultures of the anterior nares.
In a separate set of experiments, rats were exposed with the right nares occluded for 6 hr on each of 2 consecutive days.
Nares plans to begin producing hard resins in solution and varnishes for the offset and gravure markets at Akzo Nobel's plant in Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands as soon as possible.
3M's Infection Prevention Division and Sage Products are working together to offer surgical staff and patients a new preoperative prepping kit to help address surgical site infection (SSI) risk within three main reservoirs of bacteria in the body: the nares, the oral cavity and the skin.
Nares Damrongchai, CEO of TCELS; Clinical Professor Udom Kachintorn, President of Mahidol University; and Project Leader Mr.
They're looking for a way to prevent sores on the nares and leaking that causes them to adjust their mask all night.
The macaw was started on itraconazole (10 mg/kg PO q24h) and clotrimazole (1%) solution drops were instilled into both the nares and sinus stents twice daily while results were pending.
And his nose was disfigured by a condition called stenotic nares.
Jos zodziais, Lietuva valstybes nares teisemis COST programoje dalyvauja nuo 1999 metu ir vykdo (vykde) apie 170 veiklu.
On examination under fiberoptic laryngoscopy through the right nares, an incidental note was made of bilateral pulsating masses from the level of her larynx extending up into her nasopharynx (figure 1).
The date of this clinical breakthrough was April 18, 1981, when The Lancet published his article, "Reversal of Obstructive Sleep Apnea by Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Applied Through the Nares.