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gavage

[gə′väzh]
(medicine)
The administration of nourishment through a stomach tube.
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Todd Austin, Chief Executive Officer of MGC Diagnostics, commented, "We are pleased to have Frederic Gavage join our team as Managing Director of MediSoft.
I/R + red propolis group (IR-RP): Rats were submitted to the above mentioned surgical procedures and red propolis (150 mg/kg/day) was administered by gastric gavage 3 days before the procedure and 1 h prior to ischemia.
Gallic acid (obtained from Sigma-Aldrich, United States of America) was dissolved in normal saline and Gallic acid (10, 50 and 100 mg / kg) was administered by gavage for two weeks.
026), indicating that gavage was stressful and that EPA administration could partially compensate for effects on wound healing.
Infants classified as having low DEHP exposure were those receiving primarily bottle and/or gavage feedings.
5, 50, or 248 mg/kg; by oral gavage given as two separate doses over 2 weeks; n = 10 mice/group), or PCB-126 (0.
In addition, PO was administered once daily at 20, 40, and 80 mg/kg of body weight by oral gavage post-infection.
A metal gavage tube was easily passed into the esophagus, which was displaced to the left of midline.