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lying down

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Deep sedation was defined as the stage in which the bird showed depression of consciousness, satisfactory muscle relaxation, and sternal recumbency.
The animal was also positioned in lateral recumbency and the transducer situated in the location previously described.
Dorsal recumbency should be avoided if possible, as it increases the chances of regurgitation during surgery and also makes it more difficult to adequately inflate the lungs.
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.
Nasal resistance is known to increase during recumbency, as mucosal congestion takes place.
Recumbency was accompanied by skull traction for cervical injuries.
The patient was not sedated and gently restrained in left and right lateral recumbency to obtain images of the right parasternal, left caudal (apical) parasternal, and left cranial parasternal locations.
Anaesthetic indices: The anaesthetic indices like onset of analgesia, duration of analgesia, time to recumbency and time to standing were noted in each treated goat on the basis of physical symptoms and reflexes.
After thorough examination of aural canal, the animal was positioned in lateral recumbency and swab was placed at external auditory meatus to prevent haematoma draining into ear canal.