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aspirating

[′as·pə‚rād·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
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Xtralis aspirating smoke detection solutions protect many Fortune 500 companies, iconic sites, and critical infrastructures worldwide to provide very early warning and verification of threats to speed response time and minimize facility damages and potential injuries.
Aspirate and fully expel an amount of the liquid at least three times before aspirating for delivery.
The Hudson Robotics RapidWash, a high-speed washer for 96- and 384-well microplates, offers high throughput washing for ELISAs, cellular assays, and other processes requiring washing and aspirating. The small automated plate washer features a 9.25" x 15" (W x D) footprint and fits comfortably in all robotic workcells or on cramped lab benches.
* Customized sizes and lengths to meet the demands of aspirating marrow from various sites such as the Iliac crest or the lumbar vertebral body.
The "Daily-Head" sterile disposable aspirating head for microbiological air samplers of the "SAS" sampler family has been produced for this purpose.
A significant difference (p = .005) was noted by gender, with male participants aspirating at 54.1% and female participants aspirating at 47.5%.
* Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) (risk of aspirating stomach contents, especially if tube fed)