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Synonyms for flatus

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Duration Flatus Faeces Of Pts Study group Nil -- Nil Nil 1 (GrI) Control group 1 2 weeks 2 Nil Nil ((Gr-II) 1.
Fleming SE A Study of Relationships between Flatus Potential and Carbohydrate Distribution in Legume Seeds.
Other signs and symptoms resulting from peritoneal irritation include guarding, rebound pain, referred pain (to the shoulders), abdominal distention, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, decreased or absent bowel sounds, lack of flatus, fever, and leukocytosis (Kinney et al.
Ingesting six capsules of activated charcoal twice a day is the best treatment option for patients with excessive flatus not caused by an underlying treatable condition, Dr.
Bennink 2002) Attempts to reduce the flatus forming components of beans may reduce their dietary potential for enhanced health benefits.
Its major side effects are intestinal borborygmi and cramps, flatus, fecal incontinence, oily spotting, and flatus with discharge.
In these studies, nearly 20% of subjects on 60 mg three times a day had experienced fecal urgency, oily spotting, or flatus with discharge.
The patient also reported nausea, vomiting, and a lack of flatus or bowel movements for 5 days.
In 2019 we'll have analytical systems that will detect the odour of the breath, flatus, skin and detect the degeneration of cells, just as a dog can smell a man in a diesel-soaked atmosphere, or even a melanoma on his master's leg before it is manifest.
Saraceno's comment on Plautus's Captivi: "Ostendit fortunae mutabilitatem: ham huc atque illuc iactantur homines prout fortunae flatus sufflaverit" (sig.
From the direct ("Identification of gases responsible for the odor of human flatus and evaluation of a device purported to reduce this odor") to the philosophical ("An understanding of excessive intestinal gas") to the provocative ("Colonic gas explosion--is a fire extinguisher necessary?
Nor did they consider my Fartcar(c) suitable for family viewing, even though it was the perfect ecologically-friendly vehicle for real-ale drinkers, because its methane-powered engine would run entirely on the driver's own flatus and was capable of 13mpp (miles per pint).
If we may take their statements at face value, they hold that there is no such thing as race; the word is a flatus voci that refers to nothing.
A huge catheter which very effectively extracts the urine and flatus from theatricals.