tubing


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tubing

fabric in the form of a tube, used for pillowcases and some cushions; piping

tubing

[′tüb·iŋ]
(engineering)
Material in the form of a tube, most often seamless.

tubing

Any material in the form of a tube.
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Tubing that has been damaged can cause the tube and to be out of round, which may mean it cannot be located and assembled correctly.
Identify all staff who may manipulate various forms of tubing attached to patients, and consider whether that falls within their scope of practice; make it clear during orientation who should be performing those tasks and who should not, and offer practice in turning down requests by unqualified personnel to manipulate medical tubing.
In the past year the company has been exporting huge quantities of seamless steel tubing to the United States and production has increased substantially, So much so the that Algoma Tubes' staff numbers jumped from 162 in 2000 to a current leap of 438.
We describe a case of recurrent coccidioidal meningitis in which a fungal biofilm on the tip of ventriculoperitoneal shunt tubing was likely responsible for a 4-year persistence of Coccidioides immitis, despite the patient's taking an adequate dosage of fluconazole.