The insufflation tube appears to have been left out, and there are no drones to be seen.
insufflation in powder form was a common method of applying medicaments to the throat and nose.
This is usually done by the physician, as is, also, the insufflation of iodoform.
Strenuous efforts must then be made to disinfect the trachea by the insufflation of antiseptics, either as powders or in solution.
insufflation consists in blowing an impalpable powder directly into the nose.
Letzerich recommended the insufflation of quinia twice daily, using the quinia muriate with potassium bicarbonate and gum-arabic.
insufflation in·suf·fla·tion (ĭn'sə-flā'shən)
The act or an instance of insufflating.
A finely powdered or liquid inhalant drug.
insufflate in·suf·flate (ĭn'sə-flāt', ĭn-sŭf'lāt')
v. in·suf·flat·ed, in·suf·flat·ing, in·suf·flates
To blow into, especially to fill the lungs of an asphyxiated person with air, or to blow a medicated vapor, powder, or anesthetic into the lungs, or into any cavity or orifice of the body
To treat by blowing a medicated powder, gas, or vapor into a bodily cavity.