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expulsive

 [eks-pul´siv]
driving or forcing out; tending to expel.

ex·pul·sive

(eks-pŭl'siv),
Tending to expel.
[L. ex-pello, pp. -pulsus, to drive out]

ex·pul·sive

(eks-pŭl'siv)
Tending to force out or expel.
[L. ex-pello, pp. -pulsus, to drive out]

expulsive

driving or forcing out; tending to expel.
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Alpha-blockers as medical expulsive therapy for ureteral stones.
The ED visit at which time the patient underwent the CT scan was used as the reference for recording patient characteristics, which included: age, gender, serum creatinine, leukocyte count, cumulative intravenous fluid, cumulative equianalgesic oral morphine dose, total nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) dose (ketorolac), fever (temperature above 38[degrees]C), as well as treatment with medical expulsive therapy and antibiotics.
The patients who failed to pass their stones spontaneously, received medical expulsive treatment, and their stone-free state was assessed at weekly KUB films or ultrasonograms.
Dynamics of a bright soliton in Bose-Einstein condensates with time-dependent atomic scattering length in an expulsive parabolic potential.
The authors of a retrospective study in the Lisbon region that sought to compare the delivery and tracking of pregnancy in teenagers and adults maintain that the higher prevalence of episiotomy among adolescents is related to perineal muscles tense in this population prolonging the expulsive period and other factors as biological immaturity and the intent of professionals to protect the perineum of young mothers.
The "collective catharsis" (2008: 124) of colonial racism is the compulsion to protect colonial order or civilization by staging the expulsion of racialized bodies marked as "channels" (2008: 124) of filth and polluting influence, putting everything back in its "proper place" through this expulsive gesture that reproduces and cultivates the borders of bodies in the colonial order of things.
Faraone, intitulado "Hipponax Fragment 128W: Epic Parody or Expulsive Incantation?
6[degrees]F rectal temperature and 18/min respiration rate both within normal range and showed severe straining as expulsive efforts to yield small quantity of urine but no faeces (Fig.
Incomplete cervical dilation and inadequate expulsive maternal forces come under the term maternal dystocia (Jackson 1995).
The latent phase is prolonged and the duration of first stage increases from 12-14 hours due to improper adaptation of foetal head high station and misdirection of the uterine expulsive force.
With medical expulsive therapy, in which Tamsulosin is the main stay, spontaneous passage of stone upto 10mm has been reported.
In the absence of significant changes in either the total number of coughs or expulsive events after EMST, the authors suggested that an increase in reflexive cough strength in the participants was affected primarily by EMST and not by the changes in cough sensitivity to the capsaicin test.