abdominal pressure

ab·dom·i·nal pres·sure

pressure surrounding the bladder; estimated from rectal, gastric, or intraperitoneal pressure.

abdominal pressure

a sensation or application of pressure surrounding structures within the abdomen.

ab·dom·i·nal pres·sure

(ab-dom'i-năl presh'ŭr)
Pressure surrounding the bladder; estimated from rectal, gastric, or intraperitoneal pressure.

ab·dom·i·nal pres·sure

(ab-dom'i-năl presh'ŭr)
Pressure surrounding the bladder.
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10am and further surgery to reopen the abdomen in an attempt to alleviate abdominal pressure was carried out at 7am.
Our modification is in the use of only an abdominal pressure binder.
The evolution after the initial procedure was surprising because there was no abrupt increase in abdominal pressure during the procedure and the abdominal compartment syndrome was incomplete.
3) revealed that increased abdominal pressure and gastroesophageal junction abnormalities such as abnormal gastroesophageal sphincter relaxation, redundant gastric mucosa, and retrograde peristalsis might be etiological factors.
An early operation might be indicated in cases of increased abdominal pressure due to crying, ascites, or respiratory problems.
SUI is defined as the involuntary leakage of urine due to increased abdominal pressure, which can be caused by such activities as physical exercise, sneezing, laughing or coughing.
This increases the abdominal pressure and helps force out the stools.
It may be a sign of slightly increased abdominal pressure, which comes with waggy excitement and leads to a little leak.
Patients younger than 18 years old, who were not intubated, who had an abdominal pressure >12 mmHg, and/or who were admitted for trauma were excluded from the study.
Patients with these respiratory conditions often develop a cough, which is responsible for increased abdominal pressure.
Contract awarded for Pin Gastrostomy / Intra Abdominal Pressure System Closed
The increase in abdominal pressure may interfere with optimal expansion of the diaphragm and venous return impeding both ventilation and oxygenation.