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instill someone with something

to imbue or impress someone with something. Her story instilled us all with courage. She instilled us with courage.
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instill something in (to) someone

to impress something into someone's mind. You need to remember your manners. I want to instill that into you. Good manners were instilled in me at home.
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instill something in(to) something

to add something to a situation. The presence of the mayor instilled a legitimacy into the proceedings. Sharon sought to instill a little levity in the meeting.
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Another small pilot study in humans has considered the same question by radioactively labelling and comparing direct instillation with inhaled nebulised 0.
Included in these guidelines was a discussion of the effect of normal saline solution instillation on the quality of secretions.
Blood samples were taken into heparinized tubes before and every 15 min during the 60-min instillation.
Spectrum conducted two multi-center, international Phase 3 trials of a single dose of intravesical instillation of apaziquone into the bladder in the immediate post-operative period after surgical resection of low-grade, non-muscle invasive bladder tumors.
The median time from radiation treatment to intravesical formalin instillation was 98 months (IQR 71-126).
7] in their study on 80 patients found that intraperitoneal instillation of Bupivacaine does not have any added advantage for post-operative analgesia after laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Prior to treatment and after 2 or 3 rounds of intralesional instillations, apoptosis induction was determined.
We investigated acute adverse effects of six types of carbonaceous UFPs by intratracheal instillation in healthy mice: two commercially available pigments (PrintexG and Printex90); two laboratory-made flame soot particles with different OC [SootL (low) and SootH (high)]; spark-generated ultrafine carbon particles (ufCP); the standardized reference material (SRM) diesel exhaust particles (DEP) SRM1650a.
The clinician has several options, including (1) topical 4% lidocaine spray, usually delivered through the side channel of an endoscope or through an Abraham cannula, (2) nebulized lidocaine, and (3) lidocaine instillation through a cricothyroid puncture.
R]) Therapy with instillation - the automated, controlled delivery and removal of topical wound solutions in the wound bed.
Based on the results of several randomized trials, it has become obvious that intravesical BCG instillation with or without maintenance therapy is effective in treating intermediate- or high-risk NMIBC; it is superior to other intravesical agents to prevent tumour recurrence.
Contract notice: F 2364 - comparison of inhalation and instillation test methods for the characterization of granular dusts biopersistent (gbs).
In conclusion, our observations show that Iscucin[R] extracts, especially Iscucin[R] Crataegi und Iscucin Tiliae[R], strongly inhibit the growth of bladder cancer cells in a long-lasting way and under experimental conditions that are possible to mimic during an instillation procedure.
6 [micro]g/kg PbTx-3 (brevetoxin 3) through intratracheal instillation.
Ablative procedures include labyrinthectomy, vestibular nerve section, streptomycin perfusion of the labyrinth, and gentamicin or streptomycin instillation into the middle ear.