verb (used with object), in·tu·bat·ed, in·tu·bat·ing. Medicine/Medical.
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His conduct with regard to the teaching of intubation was especially admirable.Makers of Modern Medicine
James J. Walsh
(iii) In chronic stenosis, intubation is now extensively employed.
In cases treated by intubation only, the results are excellent, namely, death in 10.4%.
Intubation, or the passage of a cannula through a stricture, is referred to later.
Intubation or tracheotomy may be called for on account of sudden urgent dyspnœa or of increasing stenosis.