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rectal

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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.
As a result, isoniazid and pyrazinamide were given rectally, with serum concentrations obtained at 1, 2, and 4 hours after administration.
It was found that 50% dextrose delivered orally (0.5 mL) or rectally (1.0 mL) within two minutes of initial tremors was able to stop the seizures 3 [+ or -] 2 minutes from dextrose administration time in 80% of the rats.
Barbieri's July Editorial urging providers to stop administering misoprostol rectally for the treatment of postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) given the well-documented evidence and pharmacokinetics that recommend the sublingual route.
Group I patients received 100 mg of diclofenac per rectally while group II patients received a glycerine suppository per rectally (placebo) before the start of ERCP.
In the event that a detainee stopped eating and drinking inside the agency's unacknowledged prisons overseas, known as "black sites", OMS advised that the preferred method to forcibly hydrate a detainee was rectally - a procedure that human-rights advocates have equated to sexual assault.
(7,16) The studies which evaluate the frequency and risk factors of CRKP infection occurrence in patients rectally colonized with CRKP are limited in the pediatric population.
Once stable, infant was given paracetamol (15mg/kg) rectally.
We use four methods to administer MBRT: (1) a piece of stool given directly, orally; (2) stool mixed with saline and placed in capsules and given orally; (3) stool mixed with saline in plastic cups, filtered via a sieve and given rectally; and (4) stool mixed in saline in a small personal blender and given rectally.
Objectives: To compare the analgesic efficacy of rectally administered diclofenac sodium and paracetamol postoperatively in patients with hydrocephalus for postoperative pain relief.
According to the Senate report, he was waterboarded and walled, stuffed into coffins, and "rectally infused."