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rectal

of or relating to the rectum
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If blood loss was more than 500ml and all traumatic causes and retained placenta was excluded and patient had given informed consent for trial, 600mcg (3 tablets) of misoprostol were given per rectally, which were inserted up to a digit depth.
The animals with normal history of calving included in this study and were rectally palpated to ensure that the reproductive tract had no abnormality.
It takes 30 to 90 minutes for a rectally administered diclofenac suppository to reach its peak concentrations, with complete bioavailability.
This database was reviewed to identify pediatric patients who were rectally colonized with CRKP and those who developed subsequent CRKP infection from January 2010 to December 2014.
Also, it is usually easier to administer the treatment rectally to animals that resist oral administration.
Objectives: To compare the analgesic efficacy of rectally administered diclofenac sodium and paracetamol postoperatively in patients with hydrocephalus for postoperative pain relief.
Mine is the speech given by Bush to the UN General Assembly on Human Rights Day when he called for the tougher application of human rights the world over just at the time his subordinates, with his authority and knowledge, were waterboarding suspects, depriving them of sleep for well over 100 hours whilst suspended from the ceiling, feeding rectally, throwing them against walls and kicking them almost to the point of death.
One had his lunch tray, which contained hummus, pasta, nuts and raisins, "pureed and rectally infused".
One of the methods used by the CIA on terrorism suspects during America's so-called war on terror was rectal rehydration, a brutal force-feeding technique where food is rectally infused to prisoners on hunger strike.
The rectal foam is a rectally administered corticosteroid that overcomes treatment limitations related with presently approved therapies, which are often ineffective because of insufficient distribution of active drug to the distal colon.
Rectally administered misoprostol for the treatment of postpartum hemorrhage unresponsive to oxytocin and ergometrine: a descriptive study.
For example, the suspension formulation of anticonvulsants like carbamazepine and valproic acid can be given rectally to older infants if other routes of administration are not feasible.