ebakwasyon, likas, ligsa, ebakwesyon, pag-alis
Noun(1) the act of removing the contents of something(2) the act of evacuating; leaving a place in an orderly fashion; especially for protection(3) the bodily process of discharging waste matter
(1) a full-scale evacuation of the city centre(2) In addition to needing medical assistance, you may require emergency evacuation to your home country.(3) In many parts of the Western world there is a strong preference among gynaecologists to rely on surgical evacuation for the management of miscarriages in the first trimester.(4) During the war, the chaos and confusion caused by dealing with hundreds of casualties at one time required that an order of evacuation be used as a guideline.(5) Now an extra layer of protection - emergency medical evacuation and the ability to speak to a Western physician at any time - is available.(6) It is designed to provide quality medical care to victims of a disaster in the areas of triage, initial stabilization, definitive medical care, and evacuation .(7) Many service providers may not agree with the statement that dilatation and evacuation is the safest and most effective surgical method after 12 wk of pregnancy.(8) At Sanglah and Prima Medika hospitals, the MAE identified 13 patients who required aero medical evacuation .(9) After dilation of the cervix with topical prostaglandins, a clean and quick evacuation was done in 10 minutes with no need for intubation.(10) Most important is the recognition that different pathophysiological processes can result in the final common symptoms of decreased bowel frequency or impaired rectal evacuation .(11) On Wednesday evening, we began an air evacuation of our ICUs that stretched into Friday afternoon.(12) Tube thoracostomy may be required for evacuation of pneumothoraces, but focal dehiscence usually heals without surgical intervention.(13) patients with a feeling of incomplete evacuation(14) Prolapse occurs with a bowel movement and is associated with an uncomfortable sensation of fullness and incomplete evacuation ; patients complain of a lump at the anal verge.(15) The dismounting vehicles provide casualty evacuation and direct fire support.(16) There may be in addition excessive straining at toilet, passing of hard pellet-like stools or a sense of incomplete evacuation .
(1) have an evacuation :: Mayroon nang paglisan
2. voidance ::
Different Formsevacuation, evacuations
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