semisupine

sem·i·su·pine

(sem'ē-sū-pīn'),
Denoting semisupination.

semisupine

[-səpīn′]
pertaining to a posture that is between a midposition and the supine position.

semisupine

(sĕm″ē-sū′pīn) [″ + supinus, lying on the back]
Not completely supine.
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Recently, studies have shown that the semisupine position (such as in a car seat) exacerbates GER and should be avoided in infants especially after feeding.
All blood samples were collected while subjects lay in a semisupine position with the exception of the 60 min sample during the exercise trial; this sample was collected while subjects straddled the treadmill.
Subjects then entered the experiment room at 0800 h where they rested in a semisupine position until the experiments began at 0900 h.