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IRRIGATION. The act of wetting or moistening the ground by artificial means.
     2. The owner of land over which there is a current stream, is, as such, the proprietor of the current. 4 Mason's R. 400. It seems the riparian proprietor may avail himself of the river for irrigation, provided the river be not thereby materially lessened, and the water absorbed be imperceptible or trifling. Ang. W. C. 34; and vide 1 Root's R. 535; 8 Greenl. R. 266; 2 Conn. R. 584; 2 Swift's Syst. 87; 7 Mass. R. 136; 13 Mass. R. 420; 1 Swift's Dig. 111; 5 Pick. R. 175; 9 Pick. 59; 6 Bing. R. 379; 5 Esp. R. 56; 2 Conn. R. 584; Ham. N. P. 199; 2 Chit. Bl. Com. 403, n. 7; 22 Vin. Ab. 525; 1 Vin. Ab. 657; Bac. Ab. Action on the case, F. The French law coincides with our own. 1 Lois des Batimens, sect. 1, art. 3, page 21.

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The specimens were submitted as voided urine (n = 23), bladder irrigation (n = 8), and renal pelvic wash (n = 6) samples.
He required intensive albumin, packed red blood cells and daily platelet infusions along with vigorous bladder irrigations to maintain hemodynamics and urine outflow.
1 Structural abnormalities, urological procedures, placement of stents, colonization of indwelling urinary catheters or bladder irrigation with contaminated fluids are the established risk factors.
Procedures and functions most commonly performed by APNs included suture/staple removal, bladder irrigation, bladder scanning, post-operative wound care, drain removal, suprapubic catheter insertion/change, bladder training, and microscopic examination of urine.
Pelvic ultrasonographic examination is also performed in those patients to determine any obstruction in the vesicle and, if present, continuous bladder irrigation at 6-7 L/day through a tri-lumen irrigation catheter is also started.
Bladder irrigation contributes to heat loss during TURP (Allen 1973).
The performance of bladder scans, as the second highest extended skill, is an interesting finding especially when comparisons are made with the number of occasions that the AH EN attended to indwelling catheters (n=21) and bladder irrigation (n=8).
All patients failed prior measures, including bladder irrigation, clot evacuation, and other intravesical agents.
Immediate post-operative period bladder irrigation was maintained with three way catheter.
Bladder irrigation on a twice daily basis, using sterile techniques
Hemorrhagic cystitis occurred in 24 patients, 22 of whom did not receive bladder irrigation during treatment.