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blockage

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blockage

of intestine, urethra, etc. See obstruction under anatomical location, e.g. intestinal, urethral.
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The campaign Be A Binner will run across social media and includes targeted activity in areas where wipes are the biggest cause of regular sewer blockages.
Blockages are a very visible failure of the system and should be managed in a professional and expeditious manner to maintain public confidence.
Technology blockages -- where some but not all recipients are connected to a communication source
Remove the high-pressure supply hose quick disconnect from the control valve to the ramp pump and look for blockage.
This randomized, multi-center study enrolled patients who had been previously treated with coronary angioplasty or implanted with a coronary stent, as well as patients with first time blockages.
Though drugs weren't helping, Weber hoped to avoid major surgery that would either bypass the blockages or force them open with balloon angioplasty.
Sudden in-home water related leaks and blockages can be extremely costly, and most homeowners' insurance policies do not cover such repairs.
The purpose of the meeting is to provide feedback to petitioners on the blocked sewer system petition as well as educate the community on methods of avoiding blockage to the system.
Such blockages are technically more difficult to place stents in, and in general, are better treated with CABG," Dr.
The patients had blood concentrations of catecholamine hormones that were more than seven times normal and two to three times as great as those in five patients having heart attacks triggered by coronary artery blockages.
Plungers are many DIYers' staple device when it comes to dislodging blockages and there are several different types on the market,including pump action ones.