Pronunciation of Acute Pain
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Pronunciation details of Acute Pain
How is Acute Pain pronounced?
International Phonetic Alphabet coded:
- acute pain = ə'kjuːt peɪn (/ə/'k/j//uː/t p/eɪ/n)
Hyphenation of Acute Pain
How is Acute Pain hyphenated?
- British and American usage: Acute Pain (no hyphenation)
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...with a very sharp, very distinct sight, kind of in this rear deltoid area, teres minor area as well is very sharp and acute pain, it can be something that actually will keep...
...they are getting may not start to work for 2 to 6 weeks. That’s a long time if you are expecting to feel better tomorrow. Equally important is a person in acute pain to know...
...worth of the chronic preventative dose adds up to a single acute pain relief dose, your body responds to these exposures...
In some cases, especially for acute pain and menstrual pain, 400 mg can be taken once,...
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