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ileus

[′il·ē·əs]
(medicine)
Acute intestinal obstruction of neurogenic origin.
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FIGURE 2 Beyond ERAS: Clinical improvements and cost savings Reduction Median hospital stay Analgesia use 3 days 88% Postoperative opioid Improved pain scores requirements 90% Nausea Adynamic ileus 60% 50% Cost savings 30-day costs of care Contraction of inpatient $850,000 services in 6 months $1.1 M per year
Thomson, William (1890) "On a Gyrostatic Adynamic Constitution for Ether" Proceedings of Royal Society Edinburgh Mar 17th 1890.
Whereas adynamic obstruction (Functional) is due to paralysed bowel without any mechanical cause.
However, it remains unclear whether bisphosphonate treatment regimens are beneficial for KTRs because of the potential for nephrotoxicity and development of adynamic bone disease.[10]
In the time between his races and the running of adynamic country, he took racing from a localised affair to a global one - the Dubai World Cup and the Godolphin team draw extremely large crowds annually - making Meydan an international icon.
But by doing so, they could fuel adynamic that heightens, rather than minimises, international tensions.
Abdominal bloating, vomiting, adynamic ileus, vagal symptoms, cramping, incontinence, fever, and colonic explosion were also reported.
Number of patients (n/%) (1) Subjective syndrome: (i) Sleep disorder 7/21% (ii) Depressed mood 7/21% (iii) Headache 4/12% (iv) Optic neuritis 1/3% (2) Changes in neurolocical examination: (i) Primitive reflexes 6/18% (ii) Adynamic ankle jerk 12/33% Table 3: SEP latency and amplitude in pSS patients and in the control group.
Hours before the onset of an HAE attack, she was always progressively adynamic and these symptoms resolved gradually when the edema became evident.