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dump·ing syn·drome

the syndrome that occurs after eating, most often seen in patients with shunts of the upper alimentary canal that bypass or remove the pylorus; characterized by flushing, sweating, dizziness, weakness, and vasomotor collapse, resulting from rapid passage of large amounts of food into the small intestine, with an osmotic effect removing fluid from plasma and causing relative hypovolemia.

dumping

/dump·ing/ (dump´ing) see under syndrome.
Forensics A term used in 2 different contexts regarding a person’s untimely demise and disposal of the body
Homicide Dumping is an expedient for moving the body of a murder victim(s)—e.g., in the context of organised crime or drug wars
Accidental death When a drug abuser overdoses and dies, his/her friend(s), fearing legal consequences of drug abuse per se, or the potential accusations of homicide, may remove—‘dump’—the body after having first attempted resuscitation, resulting in changes to the body which themselves may mimic homicidal injuries
Gastroenterology See Dumping syndrome
Managed care, ethics Patient dumping The practice, often by private, for-profit hospitals, of transferring indigent, uninsured patients to other, usually public, hospitals for economic reasons; patient-transfer guidelines and laws are generally limited to cases of ‘unstable’ emergencies and women in active labour
Surgery See Dumping syndrome

dumping

Medical ethics Patient dumping The practice, often by private, for-profit hospitals, of transferring indigent, uninsured Pts to other, usually public, hospitals for economic reasons; Pt-transfer guidelines and laws are generally limited to cases of 'unstable' emergencies and ♀ in active labor. Cf 'Anti-dumping' laws Surgery See Dumping syndrome.

dumping

1. shortening the toe of the hoof by rasping down the outside wall; creates a weakness of the wall and is a defect in a shod horse.
2. heavy mechanical compression of a standard bale of wool to about half of its normal size and clamping by metal bands; used to facilitate export shipment.
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1991), "The administration of the anti-dumping duty law by the department of commerce", in Boltuck, R.
It is of interest to note that, in the United States at least, anti-dumping policy first evolved out of the need to outlaw attempts by dominant producers to increase market power by a strategy of predatory pricing.
With the imposition of anti-dumping duties on imports of CRSS from the alleged countries, it is expected that the issue of unfair trade practices will be addressed," the MITI added.
According to Section 4 of Anti-dumping Ordinance,2000 a product is considered to be dumped if it is sold in Pakistan at a price which is <its normal value, in exporting country.
Italian producer Marcegalia SpA was hit with anti-dumping duties of 92.
The Commission imposed a definitive anti-dumping duty range from 0-16.
The EBB has lodged two complaints with the Commission: the first in August 2012, calling for anti-dumping measures, and a second in November of the same year, claiming that these two countries' biodiesel exports to the EU are subsidised.
An Anti-dumping review by the Australian government is investigating certain Thai imports.
Analysts feel that the anti-dumping duty, which is meant to protect the local industry from unfair competition, is being misused by bigger industrialists to gain monopoly over the trade.
20 -- Indian manufacturers of solar cells and modules would gain if the government imposes an anti-dumping duty.
Egypt has lifted anti-dumping fees on Saudi polypropylene imports after the country found the measure was against public interest, Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman, assistant minister of petroleum and mineral resources, said yesterday.

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