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lax

(of flower clusters) having loosely arranged parts

LAX

LAnguage eXample.

A toy language used to illustrate compiler design.

["Compiler Construction", W.M. Waite et al, Springer 1984].
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These products have little effect on blood cholesterol, but they aid in laxation and regularity by increasing stool bulk and moisture content.
Interest has gone up because people are expecting these new fibers that are being put into food to increase laxation, and they're not really working.
One-month data from the double-blind portion of a phase 3 trial of subcutaneous RELISTOR in patients with chronic, non-cancer pain, presented at the American Pain Society Annual Meeting, showed that significantly more patients treated with RELISTOR had laxation within four hours after the first dose than did patients receiving placebo.
Administration of subcutaneous methylnaltrexone in this study for up to three months was well tolerated and continued to induce laxation in advanced-illness patients with OIC.
The clinical efficacy endpoints include relief of constipation as measured by laxation response.
Results presented at DDW showed that nearly half of constipated patients with advanced illness experienced laxation (bowel movement) within four hours of receiving their first dose of methylnaltrexone (0.
The primary efficacy endpoint, laxation within four hours, was highly statistically significant at both MNTX doses tested.
The primary efficacy endpoint, laxation within four hours, was highly statistically significant at both MNTX doses tested in advanced-medical-illness patients with opioid-induced constipation.
MNTX induced laxation within four hours at more than four times the rate of placebo.