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The technology and techniques have improved in the past decade, however, especially after the introduction of the Vaser liposuction system, which uses ultrasound to break up and liquefy unwanted fat and then expel it with an aspirator.
Hess explains that researchers soak the sponges in yeasty water to attract fruit flies, then return a couple of hours later with an aspirator to suck them up for study.
Thinking quickly, the young boy ran into the kitchen and grabbed his little sister’s nasal aspirator and used it to clear the infant’s nose—
Again, Fontenot sprang into action and retrieved a nasal aspirator from the kitchen and used it to clear the infant’s nose—saving his brother’s life.
Look at smiling, 12-year-old Parker from Utah, who needs a feeding tube, an aspirator, a trach and loads of medication to survive.
Making VX is, essentially, a matter of having the right ingredients; gear like flasks, distillation equipment and aspirators; and a desire to manufacture something deadly enough to kill you with a single misplaced drop.
The researchers collected their samples, both living and dead, using forceps, aspirators—a type of vacuum—and nets.
The nurse passes the ob/gyn an instrument to help dilate the patient’s cervix, and then passes her the vacuum aspirator.
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