emesis basin


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em·e·sis ba·sin

, kidney basin Avoid the incorrect form Emerson (or Emerson's) basin.
a shallow basin of curved, kidney-shaped design, used to collect body fluids or as a container for various other liquids.

emesis basin

[em′əsis, əmē′sis]
Etymology: Gk, emesis, vomiting; Fr, bassin, hollow vessel
a kidney-shaped bowl or pan that fits against the neck to collect vomitus.

em·e·sis ba·sin

, kidney basin (em'ĕ-sis bā'sin, kidnē)
A kidney-shaped container, usually plastic, intended to catch vomitus at the bedside.

em·e·sis ba·sin

, kidney basin (em'ĕ-sis bā'sin, kidnē) Avoid the incorrect form Emerson (or Emerson's) basin.
Shallow basin of curved, kidney-shaped design, used to collect body fluids.
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Upon arrival, he became unhappy with the staff because I was given no emesis basin while I waited for the triage nurse.
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