intratracheal


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intratracheal

[¦in·trə′trā·kē·əl]
(anatomy)
Being or occurring within the trachea.
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[8.] Ferlito A, Giarelli L, Silvestri E Intratracheal thyroid.
Long-term response of rats to single intratracheal exposure of Libby Amphibole or amosite.
If the high dose of nanomaterials was increased too much, even particles with low toxicity induced persistent inflammation, fibrosis, and tumor in the lung following not only intratracheal instillation but also inhalation.
Third, successful delivery of siRNA-TRPC1 into the lung through intratracheal spray remarkably reduced the expressions of TRPC1 in PASMCs and lung tissue as well as RVSP.
Although the animal model cannot accurately duplicate all characteristics of ALI, intratracheal LPS administration in mice indeed mimics the clinical development of ALI (Kuo et al.
Laryngeal mask airway or endotracheal tube for percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy: a comparison of visibility of intratracheal structures.
The intratracheal route for cell delivery used in our study is a methodology that has several advantages.
ICR mice intratracheal 1 mg/kg ddY mice intravenous 50 [micro]g Pt/kg b.w.
To determine the efficacy of the rVSV-[DELTA]G-[NiV.sub.B] vectors against [NiV.sub.B] disease in African green monkeys, we challenged these animals by combined intratracheal and intranasal routes with a lethal challenge dose of [NiV.sub.B] on day 0 (Figure 1).
First, it should be noted that intratracheal instillation, although routinely used in toxicological investigations due to its multiple advantages, is different from actual human inhalation, particularly in the deposition pattern.
Some improvement in ventilation was observed with intravenous corticosteroids and intratracheal beta-2 agonists, but oxygen saturation did not improve (88%-90%) with 100% oxygen.