soilage


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Related to soilage: silage, tenacity, denounce

soilage

see zero grazing.
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In these cases, which generally involve massive chest soilage and significant comorbidities and barriers to healing, highly aggressive surgical intervention represents the only significant chance for survival.
Green Chop Green chop, sometimes called soilage, is herbage that has been cut and chopped in the field and fed fresh to livestock in confinement.
Translating this idea to surgery of severely injured trauma patients evolved into a three phase process; (1) an initial "damage control" abbreviated laparotomy to stop all hemorrhage and gastrointestinal tract soilage, (2) Intensive care unit (ICU) resuscitation and rewarming, and (3) return to the operating room (OR) for definitive treatment of all injuries when maximally stabilized.
Similarly, more reported unpreventable fecal soilage of underwear before delivery than post partum--15% in the first trimester, 19% in the second, and 33% in the third, compared with 13% post partum.
In women, however, they reflect soilage from the vulvovaginal infection.
In addition, staff often handle laundry unsafely, failing to' use gloves, gowns, or masks; bag improperly; or fail to separate loads by amount of soilage.
Side soilage is one of the most common complaints of consumers," says the spokesman.
Diagnosis was further supported by intraoperative findings of gastric, duodenal or ileal perforation with associated peritoneal soilage.
Additionally, an adult is much more cognizant of soilage and leakage and needs a product with an effective acquisition layer that absorbs liquid immediately and keeps it away from skin.