Some infusion pumps and patient monitoring systems go for less than $100.
Too many chefs have become heavy-handed with the infusion, using it more as a crutch than an accessory.
The buy-out had drained the Lampoon's resources, and an infusion of fresh cash was urgently needed.
Both became feverish and ill with the infusion, as expected, and both recovered.
Place all ingredients in an airtight container and allow 12 to 24 hours for the infusion process.
Keep the infusion near the fire for half an hour, in a close vessel.
They said that these things were absolutely begotten in the water of the decaying substances out of which the infusion was made.
Astringent fomentations; as an infusion of oak-bark, or a slight solution of alum.
Worms may be destroyed by an infusion of walnut-tree leaves, or by pouring into the holes a ley made of wood ashes and lime.
If any poison remained in my animal's caudal gourd, there must be at least some traces of it in the infusion in the watch glass.
infusion in·fu·sion (ĭn-fyōō'zhən)
The process of steeping a substance in water to extract its soluble principles.
A medicinal preparation from such a process.
Introduction of a solution into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes.
The solution introduced in such a manner.