See also: Extravasated Extravasation Extraordinary Extremely Extraneous Extract Extravagant Extricate Extremist Extremity Extrovert Extra Extrinsic Extravagance Extravaganza Extroverted Extradite Extraterrestrial Extrapolate Extricated Extron
1. Vasopressin should arguably be avoided for peripheral administration, because if it Extravasates there is no vasodilatory agent which can counteract its action
2. When doxorubin Extravasates, for example, the manufacturer recommends applications of cool packs to the swollen area
3. Initial management is similar among vesicant Extravasates.
4. Above are the results of unscrambling Extravasates
5. We found a total of 342 words by unscrambling the letters in Extravasates.
6. When a catheter Extravasates in the neck, edema of the neck wall or chest is usually seen, and the pump indicates occlusion.
7. Synonyms for Extravasates include ejects, gushes, expels, spews, vents, discharges, belches, disgorges, eructs and hurls
Extravasates, Ejects, Expels, Eructs
8. An antineoplastic Extravasates and the antidote is administered
9. It can be intracapsular, when confined by the surrounding fibrous capsule, or extracapsular, when silicone freely Extravasates.
10. Extravasate (plural Extravasates) That which is outside a vessel (especially blood or other bodily fluids) Verb
Extravasate, Extravasates, Especially
11. Extravasate (third-person singular simple present Extravasates, present participle extravasating, simple past and past participle extravasated) To flow (or be forced) from a vessel; Related terms
Extravasate, Extravasates, Extravasating, Extravasated
12. Inspection with diligence of IV sites during calcium infusion therapy may identify an IV infiltration before a significant amount of the solution Extravasates
13. As far as correcting hypoalbuminemia with it, that is not a consideration when giving it for hypotension, because, in the end, it just Extravasates anyway
14. In both interstitial and necrotizing pancreatitis fluid commonly Extravasates from the pancreas and collects in the space surrounding it
15. It occurs when there is internal bleeding that is localized and Extravasates …
16. Contrast Extravasates above the UG Diaphragm: Type 3: Disruption of the membranous urethra: Contrast Extravasates into and below the UG Diaphragm: Type 4: Disruption involving the bladder neck: Repaired surgically because internal sphincter maintains continence: Type 4a: Bladder base rupture not involving bladder neck: Can be managed
17. Extravasates Total Number of words made out of Extravasates = 339 Extravasates is an acceptable word in Scrabble with 22 points.Extravasates is an accepted word in Word with Friends having 23 points
18. Extravasates is a 12 letter long Word starting with E and ending with S
19. 11 letter Words made out of Extravasates
20. However, several authors assert that pain experienced by the patient at the time a vesicant Extravasates is an indication for immediate surgery.2, 7, 12
21. Which adverse effects are observed when a vesicant agent Extravasates during chemotherapy? Select all that apply
22. Portal inflammation may also be accompanied with bile Extravasates, granulomas, purulent exudate, destruction of bile ducts, ductular reaction, fibrosis and may extravasate into the periportal liver parenchyma thus disrucpting the periportal limiting plate of hepatocytes
Extravasates, Exudate, Extravasate
23. Treatment necessary only if large amount of conc soln Extravasates
medical Definition of extravasate. extravasated; extravasating. transitive verb. : to force out or cause to escape from a proper vessel or channel. extravasated blood.
Synonym (s): extravasate (2) Medtalk The seepage of fluid–eg, plasma, from a mucocutaneous surface, from underlying capillaries. The act of extravasating. The escape of fluid from its physiologic contained space, e.g., bile, blood, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), into the surrounding tissue. See: illustration Synonym: suffusion
EXTRAVASATION: Massive release of fluid into the tissues of the lower lips of a patient with angiodema The escape of fluid from its physiologic contained space, e.g., bile, blood, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), into the surrounding tissue. See: illustration Synonym: suffusion Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
verb (used with object), ex·trav·a·sat·ed, ex·trav·a·sat·ing. Pathology. to force out from the proper vessels, as blood, especially so as to diffuse through the surrounding tissues. Geology. to pour forth, as lava, from a subterranean source in a molten state. verb (used without object), ex·trav·a·sat·ed, ex·trav·a·sat·ing.