Evacuator

E·vac'u·a`tor noun One who evacuates; a nullifier. ' Evacuators of the law.' Hammond.
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evacuator

A mechanical evacuant; an instrument for the removal of fluid or small particles from a body cavity, or of impacted faeces from the rectum. ... Ellik evacuator, a special instrument with glass receptacle, latex or plastic bulb, and flexible tubing, used to evacuate tissue fragments, blood clots, or calculi from the urinary bladder. ... (05 Mar 2000...
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Evacuator

• (n.) One who evacuates; a nullifier.
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evacuator

evacuator 1. A person or thing that evacuates. 2. In medicine, an instrument for removing impacted feces from the rectum. 3. A mechanical evacuant; an instrument for the removal of fluid or small particles from a body cavity, or of impacted feces from the rectum. 4. Ellik evacuator, a special instrument with a glass receptacle, latex, or plastic ...
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evacuator

Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-vak′yū-ā-tŏr Definitions: 1. A mechanical evacuant; an instrument for the removal of fluid or small particles from a body cavity, or of impacted feces from the rectum.
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