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diet

in Scots practice
1 the date fixed by a court for hearing a case.
2 a single session of a court.

DIET. An assembly held by persons having authority to manage the public affairs of the nation. In Germany, such assemblies are known by this name:

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As shown in Tables 1 and 2, a high adherence to the Fruits pattern was shown to have the lowest mean fibre intake for both sexes, differing significantly from most of the patterns (it did not significantly differ only from the pattern Soft diet).
The mean time of the soft diet intake in the R-Y group was 6.82, with a SD of 2.33, while in the DT group the mean time was 5.73 with a SD of 2.13.
Hur and colleagues (3) studied the safety and surgical outcomes of starting EOF on the second postoperative day followed by a soft diet regimen on the third day in 35 patients undergoing curative surgical resection for distal gastric tumors and compared it with 31 patients receiving a conventional diet schedule as the control group.
She was given standard advise to remain on liquid diet for 2 weeks, followed by 2 weeks of soft diet, before reintroducing solids.
He rested well last night and has been put on soft diet. We expect him to remain in the hospital for the next few days and as soon as he is considered fit by the team of doctors, he will be discharged."
The classic first line of care includes mouth guards, NSAIDs, and a soft diet." Exercises that work the muscles attached to your jaw also can be helpful.
Instruction of a soft diet and jaw rest is given as is the prescription of NSAIDs and muscle relaxants (valium).
Even with a soft diet, the repeated cycles of scarring often results in microstomia, ankyloglosia, tongue atrophy, and elimination of buccal and vestibular sulci [Crauford et al., 1976; Caroll et al., 1983; Hochberg et al., 1993].
The goal is to have the adolescent on a liquid diet for 6 weeks before progressing to a soft diet, which consists of a regular diet using food that is soft or pureed to allow continued healing of the anastomotic site.
Twenty-five per cent of patients managed a normal diet, 38% a soft diet, 25% thickened fluids and 12% only liquids.
Earlier this month, an inquest heard patient Martin Jennings, who was on a strict soft diet, choked to death on toast given to him by healthcare assistants at Heartlands.