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Billy, who from his supine position had been looking up at her, studying and pleasuring in the pointed oval of her woman's face, reached his hand out slowly as he murmured:
Decreased count matter in the inferior wall from being in the supine position has been demonstrated with positron emission tomography (PET) and attenuation correction methods (7-9).
Prone positioning is associated with a lower heart rate, except during sleep, when higher and less variable heart rates were observed in the prone position compared to the supine position.
Positioning an obese patient in the supine position for induction exacerbates these complications as described by Brodsky (2010 p86): 'The supine position causes a marked increase in intra-abdominal pressure, which results in a splinting effect of abdominal contents on the diaphragm.
Various compensatory strategies were attempted to relieve the aspiration, but only assumption of the supine position was successful.
Follow up paired t-tests indicated the forced vital capacity in the supine position was significantly less than in the sitting, forward sitting, and standing positions and forced vital capacity in prone was less than in the sitting and standing positions (p [less than or equal to]0.
After 10 min of the rest and stabilization of the heart rate (to exclude possible effects of stress) the subjects remained in supine position for the recording of the R-R intervals in three intervals: the first supine position--orthostasis (change from lying to standing during 5 sec)--the second supine position (change of posture from standing to lying during 5 sec).
Due to the patient's body habitus and difficulty in finding a wardsperson, the procedure was completed in a slumped supine position.
Parents should adhere to the AAP's recommendations for infant sleep in a bassinet (including supine position and eliminating soft bedding and objects).
We just flip the patient over" from the standard supine position to prone, she said in an interview.
Gletsu Miller showed that using a caliper to measure sagittal abdominal diameter while patients were in a supine position provided information that was more predictive of changes in insulin resistance and other cardiometabolic risk factors than did waist circumference measured when the patient was standing up.
She said: "I was told he was in an AP supine position and no matter how hard the contractions were he was not budging