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1(of building, residents)evacuación femininedesalojo masculine
- During the war, the chaos and confusion caused by dealing with hundreds of casualties at one time required that an order of evacuation be used as a guideline.
- The dismounting vehicles provide casualty evacuation and direct fire support.
- On Wednesday evening, we began an air evacuation of our ICUs that stretched into Friday afternoon.
- No evacuation is required, so reporting the fire is considered unnecessary.
- Once clear of the runway, we executed our procedures for ground evacuation.
- All wards were placed on standby for a complete hospital evacuation.
- It is designed to provide quality medical care to victims of a disaster in the areas of triage, initial stabilization, definitive medical care, and evacuation.
- I include aeromedical evacuation as part of this system.
- Precisely because war is a continuation of politics by other means, simply stopping the shooting does not permit immediate military evacuation.
- In addition to needing medical assistance, you may require emergency evacuation to your home country.
- If the fire cannot be contained and evacuation becomes necessary, perioperative team members must do so quickly.
- An effective response to the fire and evacuation required a comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary approach.
- When such releases occurred, priority had been evacuation of patients and emergency care.
- Main outcome measures Estimates of matched odds ratios for the effect of helmet use on the risk of any head or neck injury and for people requiring evacuation by ambulance.
- The round-robin testing included weapon disassembly and assembly, a Humvee push and casualty evacuation.
- At Sanglah and Prima Medika hospitals, the MAE identified 13 patients who required aero medical evacuation.
- During the battle for Shanghai, no preparations had been made for the defence or evacuation of the city.
- During the Korean war, US forces employed them for liaison, supply, casualty evacuation, and troop transportation.
- Now an extra layer of protection - emergency medical evacuation and the ability to speak to a Western physician at any time - is available.
- Data show that emergency evacuation from submarines due to severe cardiac problems or psychotic behavior is second in frequency to trauma and surgery.
- The 686 women with retained products of conception were given the choice of surgical evacuation of the uterus or expectant management.
- Other associated symptoms include bloating, distension, mucus in the stool, urgency, and a feeling of incomplete evacuation.
- Cut into one of the cross planks was a large hole over which you sat and performed the daily evacuation of one's bowels.
- After dilation of the cervix with topical prostaglandins, a clean and quick evacuation was done in 10 minutes with no need for intubation.
- He also received this for bowel evacuation of lead in his stool.
- I'm analyzing the impact of my son's independent bowel evacuation as it relates to my closeness to him - or my control.
- Most important is the recognition that different pathophysiological processes can result in the final common symptoms of decreased bowel frequency or impaired rectal evacuation.
- Tube thoracostomy may be required for evacuation of pneumothoraces, but focal dehiscence usually heals without surgical intervention.
- There may be in addition excessive straining at toilet, passing of hard pellet-like stools or a sense of incomplete evacuation.
- I suffer frequently from indigestion, incomplete evacuation, passing hard, foul-smelling stools and gaseous distension.
- For most of the 20th century spontaneous miscarriage was managed by evacuation of retained products of conception.
- She also experienced a feeling of incomplete evacuation after passing a bowel movement, flatulence and bloating.
- Persistent elevation in sphincter tone requires more forceful evacuation of stool, resulting in repeated trauma to the fissure.
- In many parts of the Western world there is a strong preference among gynaecologists to rely on surgical evacuation for the management of miscarriages in the first trimester.
- Many service providers may not agree with the statement that dilatation and evacuation is the safest and most effective surgical method after 12 wk of pregnancy.
- The same applies to the organs of evacuation which may become less efficient under the effect of the excessive demands made on them, with dire consequences to health.
- Call it what you will, dilatation and evacuation, or partial-birth abortion, it's still a gruesome procedure.
- A disposable enema or manual evacuation of faeces may be used in the treatment of faecal impaction.
- Prolapse occurs with a bowel movement and is associated with an uncomfortable sensation of fullness and incomplete evacuation; patients complain of a lump at the anal verge.
- Women who needed treatment were given the choice of expectant management or surgical evacuation of retained products of conception under general anaesthesia.
2(of bowels)evacuación feminine
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