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dislodge (someone or something) from (someone or something)

To free someone or something that is stuck. Fortunately, the Heimlich maneuver dislodged the piece of food from Greta's throat.
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dislodge someone or something from someone or something

to loosen and remove someone or something from someone or something. We were unable to dislodge her from office. Gene was able to dislodge the bone from his throat.
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While twiddling is certainly uncommon, it remains a significant clinical problem, as damage to or dislodgement of leads may result in inappropriate shocks with possible injury or death.
Wave exposure has strong effects on the need to allocate energy to avoid dislodgement and is known to affect growth rates directly (McQuaid & Lindsay 2000; McQuaid et al.
The effect of denture adhesive on bite force until denture dislodgement using a gnathometer.
It has been studied mostly in post surgical patients there is an intuitive assumption that increasing movement and sweating during second stage of labor can contribute to catheter dislodgement in obstetric population; our study was not designed to look at this question, however our data did not suggest an increased overall incidence of migration in this population group; magnitude of problem was comparable to surgical patients.
The added advantage with electrocautery was that it did not have the risk of postoperative complications like clip slippage, dislodgement, ulceration, migration, internalization and necrosis of cystic duct with the risk of bile leakage.
Complications which lead to permanent adverse sequelae and lead to death were also included in this category such as; gastro-cutaneous fistula, necrotizing fasciitis, tumor implantation, cardiac failure, gastric hemorrhage, peritonitis, hemorrhage, aspiration pneumonia, intra-peritoneal tube dislodgement.
I was a founding member of the haemodialysis venous needle dislodgement project in association with Redsence Medical, which currently continues.
ISLAMABAD -- The PEMRA Council of Complaints has recommended imposition of Rs100,000 fine on ARY News on charges of incitement for dislodgement the democratic set up, said a press release issued here on Saturday.
You may remember that last week, Jones brought on a full-time COO and director of engineering for his latest venture, LineGuard Med, which is marketing the SafeBreak IV to help prevent the dislodgement of feeding tubes, IV lines and other medical tubing from patients' insertion sites.
However, traditional pacemakers have limitations, including failure of the leads/wires, infection of the device, bleeding in the pacemaker pocket, and dislodgement of the wires.
Subacute ICD complications include the following: pain, infection, pocket hematoma, wound dehiscence, lead dislodgement, deep venous thrombosis, upper extremity edema, degradation of the lead function, while chronic disfunctions are represented by device-related pain, lead fracture, inappropriate shocks, erosion of device through skin and immunologic rejection.
It is also an alternative to taping or bandaging lines on patients, which can lead to irritation, potential dislodgement and discomfort to patients.
Proponents note that the new devices not only remove the possibility of broken or damaged conventional pacemaker leads, but they also should eliminate the need for patients to avoid certain activities to prevent dislodgement of the leads.