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ingest

(ĭn-jĕst′)
tr.v. in·gested, in·gesting, in·gests
To take into the body by the mouth for digestion or absorption.

in·gest′i·ble adj.
in·ges′tion n.
in·ges′tive adj.
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Symptoms of exposure can appear within a few minutes or hours, depending on the type of toxin ingested, and commonly include vomiting, diarrhoea, drooling, disorientation, trouble breathing, seizures and blood in faeces.
Our previous researches showed that these additives in plastics are transferred from ingested plastics and unfortunately accumulated in some tissues of seabirds" said Dr.
In many cases where foreign bodies are ingested, the item gets lodged in the throat.
"We've encountered kids who've ingested meds before.
'The most common FBs ingested were coins (41.3 per cent) followed by disc batteries (12.2 per cent).
The boy is said to have accidentally ingested pesticide which had been briefly left unattended by his mother who had prepared it for use in the garden last Wednesday.
Age, gender, weight, amount of the ingested acetaminophen, co-ingested substances, time elapsed from ingestion, method of gastrointestinal decontamination, and antidote usage were recorded.
(3,4,7-9) Imaging plays an important role in the diagnosis of ingested or aspirated foreign bodies and in guiding clinical management.
The study concluded that the participants who ingested glucose and sucrose performed worse in the tasks in comparison to those who ingested fructose and the placebo.
These include: Fedora, which acts as its main repository underpinning used for managing the digital files to which the system provides access; Solr, used for indexing metadata for search and discovery; Opencast Matterhorn, used principally to transcode ingested AV content to a format suitable for streaming; Opencast Matterhorn Engage player for media playback; Red5 Media Server, which enables streaming; and Blacklight, a discovery platform employed for the end-user interface.
Accidentally or intentionally ingested foreign bodies (FBs) mostly pass through the intestinal tract without causing any harm.
Once ingested, content can be saved onto the facility's online central storage and made available for easy media management like metadata attribution or content segregation.