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occlusive

 [ŏ-kloo´siv]
pertaining to or effecting occlusion.

oc·clu·sive

(ŏ-klū'siv),
Serving to close; denoting a bandage or dressing that closes a wound and excludes it from the air.

oc·clu·sive

(ŏ-klū'siv)
Serving to close; denoting a bandage or dressing that closes a wound and excludes it from the air.

Occlusive

Closing off. One of the newest treatments for stress urinary incontinence in women is an external occlusive single-use cap that covers the urethral opening.
Mentioned in: Urinary Incontinence
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The US FDA's premarket approval for the company's Venovo venous stent is reportedly the first stent indicated to treat iliofemoral venous occlusive disease, which is obstructed or narrowed blood flow specific to the iliac and femoral veins located near the groin.
Qualitative data like gender, smoking, diabetes, elderly, history of occlusive footwear and trauma and family history were presented in the form of frequency and percentages.
Category 4: Haemodynamically significant occlusive lesions ([greater than or equal to] 50% stenosis).
A review of the CINAHL, Medline, and PubMed databases for 2012-2105 was conducted using the search terms chest tubes, occlusive dressings, occlusive petroleum dressings, and dry sterile dressings.
Kemen, "Operative results and outcome of twenty-four totally laparoscopic vascular procedures for aortoiliac occlusive disease," Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol.
[10] Studies found few patients with segmental cerebral arteritis on angiography [11] and others with normal carotid angiography, but occlusive granulomatous angiitis of small vessels.
HR-MRI findings show that MMD is associated with inward remodeling, smaller outer diameters, concentric occlusive lesions, and homogeneous signal intensity in the affected MCA segments compared with ICAD.
The Doppler ultrasound indicated a complete obstruction and revealed the diagnosis of occlusive peripheral arterial disease stage 4 because of the patient history of smoking, dyslipidemia, high blood pressure, dehydration.
Occlusive moisturizers create a thin layer on the surface of the skin to hold moisture in and prevent it from escaping and causing dry skin.
Section 4 begins with an overview of neurointensive care, then provides chapters on systemic complications, post-operative care, traumatic brain injury, and management of different types of hemorrhage, as well as spinal cord injury, occlusive cerebrovascular disease, neuromuscular disorders, seizures, and infections.