bedrest


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bedrest

1. A device for propping up patients in bed.
2. The confining of a patient to bed for rest.
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The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital have been wonderful and she's now on bedrest with her mother and friends able to come in and see her.
For the first five months she had to stay on complete bedrest.
Because I was pregnant with twins and had some complications, I was on bedrest during July and August 2000," Clark said.
Brushed-cotton square floor pillows or bedrest pillows were also marked down to $9.
temporary weakness which may follow prolonged bedrest following major abdominal surgery) which could reasonably be expected to spontaneously improve as the patient gradually resumes normal activities.
It remains unclear whether fetal survival rates are better with emergency cerclage than with bedrest and expectant management.
She also took 12 weeks bedrest after her Caesarean, then began a gentle training plan with her personal trainer to make two post-natal fitness videos, The Club Workout and Urban Workout.
At least twice a year I get one bad enough to put me on bedrest with Percodan for two weeks.
Modifications of bone and connective tissue after orthostatic bedrest.
He has been under the care of a family practice colleague of yours, who has treated the patient with a short course of bedrest and ibuprofen.
Brian Sharkey (Physiology of Fitness) states that with bedrest, "fitness declines as fast as 10% per week.
In 1890, when MS was treated with herbs and bedrest, life expectancy was five years.