succussion


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shaking a person to determine whether a large amount of liquid is present in a body cavity

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The electromagnetic traces get dissolved in electric dipoles of water consequent to cellular movements and cytosol succussion induced by digoxin induced sodium potassium ATPase inhibition mediated piezoelectric effect.
The succussion of an herb is as follows: the herb is pulverized into a mass in a mortar; the mass is then dissolved into alcohol (if that is the correct agent for that particular herb; water or other substances are used also).
A higher, 12X potency would have gone through this process 12 times -- serial dilution followed by succussion.
A succussion splash and shifting dullness were noted, and there was pedal edema.
Gastric succussion splash 3-4 hours after the last meal.
Succussion (vigorous shaking/agitation) is a crucial step in the making of homeopathic medicines, and these medicines have always been made in glass vials.
Succussion on the remedy was carried out using a vortex mixer, and interestingly, the degree of protective effect was related to the extent of vortex mixing and 2 of the homeopathic preparations used were associated with the in-vivo production of specific anti-tularemia IgG antibody.
Changes caused by succussion on NMR patterns and bioassay of Bradykinin triacetate (BKTA) succussions and dilutions.
The pre-requisites for enrolment included, persistent vomiting of undigested food, gastric succussion splash heard 3-4 hours after the last meal, visible gastric peristalsis or palpably distended and hypertrophied stomach, overnight fasting gastric aspirate of more than 200 c.