from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not penetrating the body, as by incision or injection: noninvasive surgery; a noninvasive diagnostic method.
- adj. Not invading healthy tissue: noninvasive cancer of the bladder.
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- adj. Not invasive.
- adj. Of a surgical or other medical procedure, not requiring an incision.
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- adj. relating to a technique that does not involve puncturing the skin or entering a body cavity
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Her publications include an essay in noninvasive mechanical ventilation, edited by John R. Bach, M.D., and contributions to the monthly newsletter at St. Cloud Regional Medical Center in Florida.
It has to be noninvasive, meaning you're not going to get poked.
The Marines are practicing a kind of noninvasive surgery -- providing structure and security, but cultivating community institutions that must continue to stand after America leaves.
Perino's claims that such "noninvasive" methods aren't torture are of no more validity than similar claims made by Torquemada, Pol Pot and others through the centuries. wiley Says:
A growth area, the number of home ventilator-dependent patients has risen in the 1980s and 1990s -- a result of increased survival rates of critically ill patients and technological advances, such as noninvasive ventilation, which can prolong and improve quality of life. 1
"noninvasive" and was done at the command of a superior officer, Alfred's attorney told Yuba County jurors Wednesday.
This technique is noninvasive, and requires no physical contact with the patient.
Treating tinnitus: Tinnitus symptoms were significantly reduced for up to four years in patients treated with a noninvasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate neurons in the brain, according to a study in Brain Stimulation.
Aesthetics is spa-speak for cosmetic treatments from botox to noninvasive face lifts, dermabrasion and lipolysis (a new, less invasive form of liposuction).
PARIS — Scientists in Australia are reporting encouraging early results from a simple eye test they hope will give a noninvasive way to detect signs of Alzheimer's disease.