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The act of blowing air, a gas, or powder into a body cavity such as the lungs. Examples are inhalation nitrous oxide anaesthesia and mouth-to-mouth insufflation as part of basic life support. It is a potential hazard when using air turbines for oral surgery.

Subjects: Dentistry.

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