Fredet

Fre·det

(frĕ-dā'),
Pierre, French surgeon, 1870-1946. See: Fredet-Ramstedt operation.
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El gas carbonico afecta a las vias respiratorias, provocando pesadez en la cabeza y tendencia al sueno, mientras que aplicado sobre la piel provoca picor lumbar, perineal y genital; tras veinte minutos, los efectos desaparecen (Fredet, 1880, pp.
Fredet and Perlis combined somnifaine with subcutaneous injection of morphine to supplement the effects of somnifaine.
Maybon and Jean Fredet, Shanghaifazujieshi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [The History of the French Concession in Shanghai], trans., Ni Jinglan (Shanghai: Shanghai shehuikexue chubanshe [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 2007), 12-39.
Gastrojejunostomy was advocated in 1908 when Fredet introduced the technique of longitudinal splitting of the pyloric muscle along with transverse suturing of the split muscle.
The contemporary poets, as enumerated at the commencement of the volume are: Albret (ecrit le cadet Delebret); Benoist Amien, ou Damien; Blosseville; Boucicault, Philippe de Boulainvillier; Guillaume Cadier; Jean Caillau; Simonet Caillau; Pierre Chevallier; Le Comte de Clermont et Bourbon, jadis Clermont; Anthoine de Cuise; Faret; Fraigne; Fredet; Garencieres; George, vraisemblablement Chastelain; Estienne Le Goust; Jehan, Monseigneur de Lorraine; Anthoine de Lussay; Olivier de la Marche; Madame d'Orleans; Gilies des Ourmes; Gujut Pot; Messire Philippe Pot; Robertet; Le Grant Senechal; Tignonville; Le Seigneur de Torsy; Jacques, batard de la Trimoille; Berthaut de Villebresme; Villon; Hugues le Voys.
Forvaltning av fredet rovvilt i Hedmark i 1995--Bestandsregistrering, forebyggende tiltak, skadedocumentasjon og erstatniger.