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expulsive

(ɪkˈspʌlsɪv)
adj
tending or serving to expel
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Notwithstanding its barrier and expulsive functions, as well as the antiinfective activities of chemicals and glycoproteins/ proteins present in epithelial lining fluid, the innate immune system utilises PRRs to mobilise and recruit inflammatory cells to sites of infection.
Hyaluronidase allergy simulating expulsive choroidal hemorrhage.
When the complication occurs, a team consisting of additional nursing personnel, anesthesia, and the most experienced obstetrician available should be immediately summoned, and expulsive efforts on behalf of the mother should be curtailed while maneuvers are being undertaken to disimpact the shoulders.
They ask: "How is our expulsive response triggered by the newspaper's construction of street workers, and in what ways does this serve to reinforce the inviolability of normalized life?
Gurewitsch addressed the issue of brachial plexus injuries caused by normal maternal expulsive forces during labor and opined that a permanent injury such as 'Zamarion's could not result from such forced and that no such case had been reported in medical literature.
Intense expulsive pains during childbirth also stimulate the formation of hemorrhoids.
discriminatory exclusive or expulsive zoning practices").
Reviewing Hostel for The Village Voice, Mark Holcomb writes, "The film is too casually misanthropic and enamored of its expulsive prosthetic virtuosity to be politically relevant, and it's not clear what response--shame?
Explosive, Expulsive, Extraordinary: The Dimensional Excess of Animated Bodies.
In the earliest stage of lung inflammation, these would include: relatively high PEEP, small tidal volumes, minimized minute ventilation (to avoid larger tidal volumes and expulsive expiratory efforts), avoidance of fluid excess and edema, dependent orien-avoidance of fluid excess and edema, dependent orientation of the most involved segments or lobes, and silencing vigorous expiratory effort.
Studies in the literature suggest [alpha]-receptor antagonists and calcium channel blockers are superior to placebo for medical expulsive therapy (MET).