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A jockey bites the tail of a bull to motivate it during the race locally called "pacu jawi" in Pariangan.
Patients having SP[O.sub.2] of 95% at room air after shifting to PACU had 100% incidence of development of postoperative hypoxaemia, whereas patients with Sp[O.sub.2] of 96% had 51.35% incidence of developing postoperative hypoxaemia (Table 6).
[SpO.sub.2] and other basic vital signs measurements such as heart rate and blood pressure were performed as part of the routine postoperative managementin the PACU. Theywere made every 15 minutes during the first hour, every 30 until the second hour, and then every hour until patient discharge from the PACU.
Pacu is a popular pet but tends to get dumped when it becomes too large.
While in PACU, the intensity of nausea reduced significantly for the combination group (0.73) and Dexamethasone group (1.77) as compared with placebo (3.17), p < 0.05.
In the juvenile pacu, the ORAC value was affected by diet and period (P < 0.05), the juveniles fed 10% LbC showed higher oxygen absorbance capacity than the juveniles fed 20% LBC and at 30 days the value was higher than at 60 days, Table 3.
Our data reveal that auricular acupressure significantly decreases nausea during the PACU stay and within the 24 hours after discharge from PACU; however, the number of episodes of emesis was not significantly different among the intervention, sham, and placebo groups.
Pacu females produce large quantities of viable eggs in a short period of time within the breeding season (DA SILVA et al., 1989), which extends from October to March, coinciding with high water temperature and frequent rainfall (ROMAGOSA et al., 1990; BERNARDINO & LIMA, 1999).
The pacu is omnivorous, with specific frugivorous and herbivore feeding habits of an opportunistic pruning type (Dias-Koberstein, Carneiro & Urbinati, 2005).
Children were sent into the PACU and scored by scoring system for emergence agitation (SSEA) modified Aldrete score the Children's and Infants' Postoperative Pain Scale (CHIPPS) score10 and visual analogue scales for satification (VASS).
In this work, the oral administration of [beta]-glucan to pacu activated receptors since its immune status improved as indicated by enhanced immune responses and increased survival of fish after infection with A.
A greater percentage of patients with CA received supplemental oxygen en route to and in the PACU (69% versus 24%, P < 0.001).