rebreathing anesthesia n.
An inhalation anesthesia technique in which a portion or all exhaled gases are inhaled after carbon dioxide has been removed by the anesthetic apparatus.
- Rebreathing technique
rebreathing technique n. Use of a breathing or anesthesia circuit in which exhaled air is afterwards inhaled either with or without absorption of CO2 from the exhaled air.
[ree-brawd-kast, -kahst] /riˈbrɔdˌkæst, -ˌkɑst/ verb (used with object), rebroadcast or rebroadcasted, rebroadcasting. 1. to again from the same station. 2. to relay (a radio or television program, speech, etc., received from another station). noun 3. a program that is rebroadcast. v. also re-broadcast, 1923, from re- + broadcast (v.). Related: Rebroadcasting.
[reb] /rɛb/ noun, Informal. 1. a Confederate soldier. [reb] /rɛb/ noun, Yiddish. 1. Mister (used as a title of respect). /rɛb/ noun 1. (sometimes capital) (US, informal) a Confederate soldier in the American Civil War (1861–65) Also called Johnny Reb /rɛb/ noun 1. (Judaism) an honorific title, corresponding to Mr, for those who do not […]
[noun ri-buhf, ree-buhf; verb ri-buhf] /noun rɪˈbʌf, ˈri bʌf; verb rɪˈbʌf/ noun 1. a blunt or abrupt rejection, as of a person making advances. 2. a peremptory refusal of a request, offer, etc.; snub. 3. a check to action or progress. verb (used with object) 4. to give a rebuff to; check; repel; refuse; drive […]
[ree-bild] /riˈbɪld/ verb (used with object), rebuilt or (Archaic) rebuilded; rebuilding. 1. to repair, especially to dismantle and reassemble with new parts: to rebuild an old car. 2. to replace, restrengthen, or reinforce: to rebuild an army. 3. to revise, reshape, or reorganize: to rebuild a shattered career. verb (used without object), rebuilt or (Archaic) […]