Definition of intubate
OTHER WORDS FROM intubatein·tu·ba·tion, noun
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How to use intubate in a sentence
As soon as Chang was intubated, his wife, Dana Chang, tapped into a network of police contacts in search of more advanced care.
Some programs will not take a patient who has been intubated more than a week.
Six days later, he was intubated and placed on a ventilator.
One, Mackenzie, was intubated for two weeks and stayed in the hospital for over a month.COVID-19 precautions may be reducing cases of flu and other respiratory infections|Jennifer Welsh|February 2, 2021|Science News
If he caught the virus, he would be unlikely to cooperate with the treatment that he may need, such as being intubated, she said.Maryland places disabled adults in group homes high on vaccine priority list|Rebecca Tan|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
Ian was obviously free to intubate every young lady he saw, and Cait would never harbor the flimsiest dinghy of a grievance.