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discharging

(dĭs′chărg″ĭng)
The emission of or the flowing out of material, as the discharge of pus from a lesion; excretion.
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A non-blinded RCT conducted in 2004 at a Canadian day surgery facility investigated the time and cost savings of utilizing a fast-track score system used in discharging patients directly from the operating theatre to a day surgery unit, thereby bypassing the PACU.
Both versions can be equipped with a new activated surge bin and flexible screw conveyor to allow continuous loss-in-weight gravimetric discharging directly from bulk bags.
discharging a high-priority engineering unit, were ready.
The act itself was a deliberate attempt to cast reflection on the supervision, so instead of giving you a suspension, lam discharging you this morning.
Mastoiditis is a factor in children with a discharging grommet, otitis media with effusion, or acute otitis media.
Before disciplining or discharging employees, employers should conduct an investigation and allow the employee to respond to the accusations.
Excessive flows (called carryover) from the paper machine are usually detectable by looking at the water discharging from the suspect vacuum pump (if the flow is visible).