endothrix en·do·thrix (ěn’dō-thrĭks’)
A trichophyton, especially Trichophyton violaceum or T. tonsurans, whose spores and sometimes mycelia characteristically invade the interior of the hair shaft.
endotoxemia en·do·tox·e·mi·a (ěn’dō-tŏk-sē’mē-ə) n. The presence of endotoxins in the blood, which, if derived from gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria, may cause hemorrhages, necrosis of the kidneys, and shock.
- Endotracheal anaesthesia
/ˌɛndəʊˈtrækɪəl/ noun 1. a method of administering gaseous anaesthetics to animals through a tube inserted into the trachea
- Endotracheal anesthesia
endotracheal anesthesia n. An inhalation anesthetic technique in which anesthetic and respiratory gases pass through a tube placed in the trachea via the mouth or nose.
- Endotracheal intubation
endotracheal intubation n. The passage of a tube through the nose or mouth into the trachea for maintenance of the airway, as during the administration of anesthesia.