eructation


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  • noun

Synonyms for eructation

(of volcanos) pouring out fumes or lava (or a deposit so formed)

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It was further submitted on his behalf that if the reading was artificially inflated by eructation that could as a matter of law amount to a special reason for not disqualifying.
Gastrointestinal disorders: abdominal pain upper, acid reflux, deglutition disorder, dry mouth, dysgeusia, dysphagia, eructation, flatulence, obstipation, salivation increased.
Gastrointestinal disorders: acid reflux, deglutition disorder, dry mouth, dysgeusia, dysphagia, eructation, flatulence, obstipation, salivation increased.
52) Microbial gas leads to the IBS symptoms of bloating, pain, altered bowel movements, eructation, and flatulence (Figure 2).
The most common adverse reactions reported in patients treated with Asacol and Asacol HD were nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain, eructation, flatulence, exacerbation of UC, headache, rhinitis, nasopharyngitis and pain.
Number and kind of adverse events according to age range Children - age range <1 1-5 6-12 >12 Adverse events 3 59 35 15 Gastrointestinal disorders 3 (100%) 55 (93%) 28 (80%) 13 (87%) Diarrhea 39 14 6 Abdominal and epigastric 3 6 2 pain Nausea and vomiting 13 5 2 Dry mouth and thirst 2 1 Eructation 1 2 Skin allergy and other 2 (3%) 2 (5.
Bacterial gas leads to the IBS symptoms of bloating, pain, altered bowel movements, eructation and flatulence (Figure 1).
Lavender oil capsules can elicit a lavender eructation, nausea, and dyspepsia in 2.
A causal connection can only be presumed for substernal burning sensation with eructation and nausea in sensitive persons.
In pivotal clinical studies of mildly to moderately active UC, the most frequent adverse events reported for mesalamine and placebo, respectively, were headache (35% vs 36%), abdominal pain (18% vs 14%), eructation (16% vs 15%), pain (14% vs 8%), and nausea (13% vs 15%).
Clinical tolerance in this trial was excellent; no side effects were reported; specifically no eructation, and no reflux of fish taste.