Meaning of INJECTION in English

INJECTION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

fuel injection

injection moulding

injection-moulded fittings

lethal injection

death by lethal injection

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

daily

Doctors put the life expectancy of sufferers at about 40 years - even if they have daily injections of insulin.

Pain-Free Progesterone: Women undergoing infertility treatment are sometimes required to undergo daily injections to deliver the hormone progesterone.

Researchers say the grafting of pancreatic cells may eventually free many from daily injections .

People with Type 1 diabetes must closely monitor their blood sugar and take daily insulin injections .

But melatonin did. Daily injections of melatonin given at 3.30 each afternoon, entrained the rats to a 24 hour cycle.

direct

The bike, launched in 1996, was intended to revolutionise two-strokes thanks to Bimota's direct fuel injection technology.

endoscopic

Further study of endoscopic injection is needed.

Recent attention has focused on endoscopic injection with encouraging results.

epinephrine

Pure alcohol injection after an epinephrine injection tended to decrease the rebleeding rate in our series.

Controversy still exists concerning the need of sclerosing agents injection after epinephrine injection.

The rebleeding rate was high, however, and this could be decreased with pure alcohol injection after the epinephrine injection.

For patients with spurting peptic ulcers, we suggest pure alcohol injection after an epinephrine injection instead of epinephrine injection alone.

Heater probe may be less effective, however, than epinephrine injection in the initial control of active haemorrhage.

The fourth patient required local epinephrine injection in addition to repeated heater probe pulses and was considered a failure in the final statistical analysis.

intravenous

He had given the patient an intravenous injection of diazepam to calm him down.

Practically, problems can arise when administering the intravenous injection .

lethal

McVeigh is scheduled to die by lethal injection May 16 at a federal prison in Terre Haute.

California has executed four San Quentin inmates since the death penalty was reinstated in 1978, the last two by lethal injection .

You know, lethal injection , the needle.

He would be the first California death row inmate to be executed by lethal injection .

Death will come by lethal injection , rather than cyanide gas, since gassing has been challenged in California as unduly cruel.

If his execution proceeds as scheduled, he would become the first to die by lethal injection in California.

If he is convicted, he could face death by lethal injection .

subcutaneous

Octreotide is usually given by intermittent subcutaneous injection of 100-500 µg twice daily or three times daily.

For the moment we have to rely on intermittent subcutaneous injections which impose quite definite restrictions.

total

At this higher interest rate, total injections amount to only £10 million.

This will raise aggregate demand directly and, by increasing total injections , will have a multiplier effect on income.

Leakages of saving, taxation, and imports will fall as income declines until once again total leakages equal total injections .

The total injections , total withdrawals and aggregate demand lines for this economy are drawn together with a 45° line in Fig. 6.

■ NOUN

cash

Manchester-based Eyeline faces closure unless it gets an urgent 12,000 cash injection .

The club needs an immediate cash injection of £8,000.

Donations are the key, although Crisis makes a cash injection of around £50,000.

Thirteen landowners from Kesgrave are planning High Court action against the authority after giving a cash injection of £1.9 million.

West Berlin was always a social security case, getting massive cash injections from Bonn.

Mr Gleeson said it would be unfair to suggest the cash injection had something to do with the forthcoming General Election.

It also announced that it would take no new orders as it hunts around for a cash injection to keep it solvent.

The government can also offset the £ 100 cash injection by future taxation or borrowing and thus prevent deposit creation.

drug

Vasomax is an oral version of a current injection drug that dilates penile blood vessels.

Perhaps a youth tempted by injection drugs .

About 30 percent use injection drugs , and 33 percent have a psychiatric disorder.

fuel

He would outlaw tuning kit like Dynojet's Power Commander, which alters fuel injection and engine management systems.

Voxan's V-twin uses a Magneti Marelli sequential fuel injection system, similar to that used on the 996.

This allows the fuel injection system to be re-mapped to suit the capacity.

Mechanically the entry level Polos remain the same, bar the adoption of fuel injection .

The bike, launched in 1996, was intended to revolutionise two-strokes thanks to Bimota's direct fuel injection technology.

Again, a full engine management system monitors performance and controls the fuel injection and ignition systems.

A replacement policy for fuel injection pumps.

All of the Corsa autos, in fact, use the 1.4i single point fuel injection engine.

insulin

Only recently has the importance of the timing of insulin injections in relation to meals become fully realised.

Both foot amputations and insulin injections are treatments for diabetes, but only the latter is specific to the disease process.

Therapeutically, this resistance can often be overcome by insulin injections .

Also, about 15 percent of the patients on 400 milligrams were able to stop insulin injections altogether.

Diabetics have to eat regularly if their illness is to be kept under control with insulin injections .

People with Type 1 diabetes must closely monitor their blood sugar and take daily insulin injections .

All patients gave themselves two or more insulin injections daily.

system

Voxan's V-twin uses a Magneti Marelli sequential fuel injection system , similar to that used on the 996.

Despite the complex injection system , it should only add a few hundred pounds to the cost of the bikes.

This allows the fuel injection system to be re-mapped to suit the capacity.

A revised Marelli fuel injection system completes the changes.

■ VERB

administer

An anaesthetic was administered by injection .

The Foreign Minister glowered at the Major as he administered the injection .

Others administer substances by intradermal injections and record the size of the cutaneous weal.

Small doses may be in pill form, but usually the drugs are administered by injection or drip.

Practically, problems can arise when administering the intravenous injection .

give

Every so often, he goes to a local hospital where they give him an injection of something, which cheers him up noticeably.

Gerda could be searching for Kay to give him the therapy injection that will save him from the mutation disease.

Why did they need the consultant to give me an injection ?

Hospital doctors said Rod was minutes from death when they gave him emergency injections .

Hanson reported, for example, that Wigan Rugby League players frequently played after having been given pain-killing injections .

The doctor gave him an anti-tetanus injection to which the plaintiff was allergic.

One of them, 26 year old Anthony Clarke, gave him an injection of heroin which proved fatal.

Treatment consists of giving anti-inflammatory injections .

need

The club needs an immediate cash injection of £8,000.

Therese, of course, needs nothing but another injection of confidence and some sympathizing over Gesner.

We had got to a size where we needed an injection of institutional money and there were people who wanted to retire.

Most will need two injections of intermediate-acting insulin a day with some short-acting to cover breakfast, a mid-morning snack and lunch.

In a crisis, it would need a huge injection of public money.

They decided it did, but acknowledged that it needed an injection of new ideas and services.

receive

Rebleeders who did not receive a second injection with the same solution were defined as failed cases.

The other children received regular injections of a placebo, or inert substance.

Perrin determined that all of the infected patients had received injections while in hospital in Benghazi.

Our sick ones received their injections , then off we went to do the shopping.

High-risk patients received 22 intrathecal injections of methotrexate, hydrocortisone, and cytarabine in the first 1 3 years of therapy.

They might receive a second injection with the same solution or other solutions, heater probe thermocoagulation or surgery.

She twirled slowly, feeling his eyes on her so that it was as though she was receiving an injection of adrenalin.

Renong, former commercial arm of the ruling party, received an injection of capital.

require

Intramuscular replacement with magnesium sulfate is painful and requires several injections each day.

It would require an injection of supporters of the ministerial party, divorced from the tradition of the non-political career public servant.

Pain-Free Progesterone: Women undergoing infertility treatment are sometimes required to undergo daily injections to deliver the hormone progesterone.

People ages 18 and older require only a single injection .

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a fuel-injection engine

I hate having injections.

Mrs. Wilson, I'm going to give you an injection to help you relax.

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