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The infant is removed from the incubator for feeding.
The eggs and sperm are kept in an incubator and the doctor uses a microscope to observe whether fertilization occurs.
Premature babies are usually kept in an incubator, where their breathing and heart rate are monitored.
The child is undressed and placed in a lighted incubator to stay warm.
The ensuing lengthy convalescence from the required surgery in Dublin, served as an incubator for Darby's discontent.