Recent Examples of aerosolize from the Web
They can also be easily aerosolized, such as by a toilet flush.
The findings, though preliminary, indicate that the devices—which aerosolize nicotine and contain no tobacco—may not be as safe as previously assumed.
Carfentanil aerosolized into a gas is suspected of being the weapon that Russians used to subdue Chechen terrorists who seized a Moscow theater and threatened to blow it up in 2002.
At about 27 percent the ethanol began to aerosolize, presumably freeing the guaiacol even further.
The units heat and cool reservoirs of water, and researchers suspected that as the device ventilated heat or pumped water to the blankets, tiny droplets became aerosolized and spread through the operating room, carrying microbes with them.
Infections that aerosolize, like tuberculosis, can linger longer and perhaps be transported easier in regions of the world projected to become more humid.
In a worst case scenario, a single puking episode aerosolized as many as 13,000 virus particles.
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medical Definition of aerosolize
- aerosolized pentamidine, which is sprayed directly into the lungs
- —C. C. Mann
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