intubate

US 
UK ['ɪntjʊbeɪt]
  • v.(给…)插管;插入喉管
  • Web把管子插进;气管插管;气管插喉
Past Participle:intubated  Present Participle:intubating  Simple Present:intubates  
intubate
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sb/sth)
(给…)插管;插入喉管to put a tube into a hollow space in the body, for example to allow a person to breathe
They managed to intubate the victim inside the wrecked car.
他们设法为失事汽车里的受害者插了管。
to intubate the trachea
给气管插管
We made the decision not to intubate.
我们决定不插管。

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