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evacuate

[i′vak·yə‚wāt]
(science and technology)
To remove something, especially gases and vapors, from an enclosure, such as from the envelope of an electron tube, or from a well. Also known as exhaust.
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In the course of open HIPEC most probable exposure is inhalation of cytotoxic agents which can be prevented with the usage of an efficient smoke evacuator placed under plastic sheet.
In these conditions an overdistension of the bladder using the Ellik evacuator and an inadequate evacuation of accumulated air can result in explosion.
These modalities are described to facilitate evacuation of larger stone fragments including the use of a resectoscope with a stone basket5 the Urovac bladder evacuator attaching to the standard 30F Amplatz working sheath the use of an Amplatz sheath through the male urethra and using a laparoscopic entrapment sac.56 All###these approaches typically use resectoscope or nephroscope larger than 26F and the urethra dilatation is performed to 30F.
I JUST USED A LITTLE GMD AND NOW YOUR BORE EVACUATOR'S O-RING IS WAAAV TOO BIG!
Snap an air tine onto this fluid evacuator and you can forget about taking a bath in oil, brake or transmission fluid, antifreeze, or water.
The smaller pieces of stones were evacuated with the help of Ellicks' evacuator by using 11 FR and 14 FR cystoscopic sheaths in smaller and older children respectively.
The MHRA (2009) advocates that education is imperative and should be conducted by suitably qualified personnel and may include the smoke evacuator manufacturers.
Also, more realistic figures can be obtained if absolute sample with a mechanical evacuator or sticky board are used to collect the moths.
Prostatic chips were swarming within a Bigelow's evacuator in the urological theatre next door as the surgeon attempted to ensure that the previous owner of the prostate should be returned to a urine flow of which a horse might be proud.
Instead of keeping the place untouched for further investigation, he called for a private evacuator to clear the road.Even though LuzhanskOey and Slepchenko's widow asked for further inquiry by a group of experts necessary to establish a real picture of the car accident, the judge dismissed their appeal after a 2-hour break.Leonid Luzhanskiy said he would appeal to Chui oblast court and asked to suspend trial of the case.
Their Maxwell combination table, sometimes called a hot table, is larger than the one in the ROM's lab and has a built-in evacuator to create suction.
In state-of-the-art ASMFs, which operate with blowing of significant amount of oxygen, in technological chain of the ladle-furnace and evacuator units steels of the whole assortment are molten, which were previously produced only in oxygen converters, including those with low content of carbon.