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Biopsy materials were immediately placed on slides with a stylet or injector, stained with hematoxylin and eosin, and air-dried; sample quality was analyzed by cytopathologists blind to experimental groups, as previously described (Table 1) (8,12).
Unlike these results, our study showed nonsignificant difference in intubation time, and there were no difficulties in tube insertion despite using different stylets in study groups.
4% (45/292) removed the stylet early, the rest removing it once in the subarachnoid space.
A) Transversal slice of mango leaf (9 pm thick) which shows a stylet bundle fragment of a white mango scale female penetrating the mesophyll in an oblique direction, and (B) Tangential slice of mango leaf (9 [micro]m thick) which shows another fragment of stylet bundle penetrating the spongy mesophyll.
The Trachway intubating stylet is a new patented FDA-registered intubating stylet for endotracheal intubation.
This head strike drives the stylet into the region of the slug's central nervous system, and the slow pulses pump compounds from one slug into the other.
A problem occurred when advancing a polyvinyl chloride tube off the stylet and through the glottis.
Backus believes that the saliva loosens bacteria living in the gut and stylets and carries them into the plant when the mixture is "spit up" during feeding.
Determining the age and growth of wild octopus using stylet increment analysis.
If a lightwand could be incorporated with an optical visualization stylet, the inherent drawbacks related to this technique may be overcome, making it the ideal intubating device.
The adaxial and abaxial parts of the epidermis of the grass samples were examined in the Plant Anatomy Laboratory, Federal University of Juiz de Fora--MG, Brazil, to detect the places where the insects insert their stylet.