Gusha Gusha no MiDevil Fruit NameGusha Gusha no MiMeaningCrush Crush FruitAbilityallows the user to create a field of pressure that can crush objects.TypeParameciaEaten ByGusha Gusha no Mi (Crush Crush Fruit in English) is a devil fruit that allows the user to generate a field of pressure that can crush objects.
The user will generate a force field of ultra-heavy pressure and use it to crush any object. There is a time lag from the development of the force field to the crushing of the target (It's longer depending on the width of the crushing range).
The force field not only goes in a vertical direction, but can also be generated in a horizontal direction as well. Up to two places can be crushed at one time, by motioning the hands and using them to measure a direction, designation, and distance to some extent.
The StoryA dating sim idle game developed by Sad Panda Studios, Crush Crush revolves around meeting girls through various unfortunate circumstances and eventually developing a relationship with them. The first girl you crush with your bike. The second girl, you crush her high score in a game, along with her hopes and dreams. The third girl, you crush her house. The fourth girl, you crush her perception of reality. In a surprising twist, the fifth girl crushes the fourth wall, as well as a literal wall.
Some autologous tissues can restore erectile function (EF) in rats after a resection of the cavernous nerve (CN). However, a cavernous nerve crush injury (CNCI) better reproduces ED occurring after a nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy (RP). The aim was to evaluate the effect on EF of an autologous vein graft after CNCI, compared with an artificial conduit. Five groups of rats were studied: those with CN exposure, exposure+vein, crush, crush+guide and crush+vein. Four weeks after surgery, the EF of rats was assessed by electrical stimulation of the CNs. The intracavernous pressure (ICP) and mean arterial pressure (MAP) were monitored during stimulations at various frequencies. The main outcome, that is, the rigidity of the erections, was defined as the ICP/MAP ratio. At 10 Hz, the ICP/MAP ratios were 41.8%, 34.7%, 20.9%, 33.9% and 20.5%, respectively. The EF was significantly lower in rats if the CNCI was treated with a vein graft instead of an artificial guide. Contrary to cases of CN resection, autologous vein grafts did not improve EF after CNCI. In terms of clinical use, the study suggests to limit an eventual use of autologous vein grafts to non-nerve-sparing RPs. 59ce067264