recumbency


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recumbency

(rĭ-kŭm′bĕn-sē) [L. recumbens, lying down]
The condition of leaning or reclining.
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Together with above mentioned anaesthetic indices with the multimodal therapy of drugs, several other effects were observed such as wobbling, head drooping, and no recumbency were observed in all animals with xylazine administration.
The times from injection to initial effects and initial recumbency (lateral or sternal) were recorded.
Anaesthetic indices (onset of analgesia, duration of analgesia, time of standing and time of recumbency): Onset of analgesia was faster in group 1 (5.80.66 min) as compared to group 2 (6.20.28 min) however, these values did not differ significantly with each other (Table.
All sheep recovered well following the procedure, with return to consciousness, extubation, and ability to maintain sternal recumbency within 15 minutes and standing within 30 minutes.
Growing Pains: are they due to increased growth during recumbency as documented in a lamb model?
The animal was also positioned in lateral recumbency and the transducer situated in the location previously described.
But when they were offloaded from trailers at the polo club, some had died and the others were "showing severe symptoms of depression, respiratory problems, incoordination and recumbency," the agriculture department said.
Having learned the eroticism of font, fleshy inner curves of y and u, still it loved a life of quiet recumbency, recompense for such a stealthy pensive, a prostrate liquifier.
Pain at night or with recumbency can signal either a bone tumor or a spinal-cord tumor.
Malignancy is most often a dull throbbing ache that increases with recumbency and interferes with sleep.