(redirected from weaning)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
After one month of age the kids remained with their mothers for 24 hours up to weaning.
On weaning from cardiopulmonary bypass if patient required high inotropic support then femoral artery of the opposite leg of radial artery before weaning the patient from cardiopulmonary bypass.
com last summer, through which she sells the long-sleeved weaning bib and a range of other products to help keep mealtimes clean.
On farms where these data were generated, the animals were selected based on an index formed by conformation, finishing precocity, and musculature characteristics at weaning and yearling, scrotal circumference at yearling, and days to gain 160kg from birth to weaning and 200kg in the post weaning-yearling periods.
Baby At The Table is described as a three-step way to weaning and is part parenting guide, part cookbook.
A survey questionnaire was developedbased on the available literature regarding the involvement of physiotherapists in weaning and extubation of patients on MV.
Weaning too early can compromise the baby's growth and psychological development.
However, changes in hepatic function throughout the weaning period receive less attention from researchers compared to the intestine.