verb (used with object), in·suf·flat·ed, in·suf·flat·ing.
Origin of insufflate
Examples from the Web for insufflation
Insufflation in powder form was a common method of applying medicaments to the throat and nose.Surgical Instruments in Greek and Roman Times|John Stewart Milne
Letzerich recommended the insufflation of quinia twice daily, using the quinia muriate with potassium bicarbonate and gum-arabic.
Insufflation consists in blowing an impalpable powder directly into the nose.Special Report on Diseases of the Horse|United States Department of Agriculture
This is usually done by the physician, as is, also, the insufflation of iodoform.Nurses' Papers on Tuberculosis :|Various
The insufflation tube appears to have been left out, and there are no drones to be seen.