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emesis

[′em·ə·səs]
(medicine)
The act of vomiting.
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The patent expires in 2016 giving the company and its marketing partners 18 additional years of exclusivity to treat the problem of delayed onset emesis," he added.
Functional localization of central coordinating mechanism for emesis in cat.
We performed systematic survey of anti-emetic compounds from Chinese medicines and other natural materials, finding many active compounds inhibitory of emesis induced by copper sulfate in young chicks.
The ACS estimates about 60% of chemotherapy treated patients experience delayed-onset emesis.
The isomer of norcisapride has the potential for reduced side effects, increased efficacy and less frequent dosing, and the opportunity for additional indications such as emesis, irritable bowel syndrome, and bulimia," said Timothy J.
Applications for the company's intranasal delivery technology include vaccines for infectious diseases such as pandemic or seasonal influenza and therapeutics for pain management, seizure, emesis, depression, hormone therapy and diabetes.
Significantly more patients in the group treated with the combination of palonosetron and aprepitant had a complete response - defined as no emesis and no use of rescue medication - during the acute (0-24h; 92.