armamentarium


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the collection of equipment and methods used in the practice of medicine

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Coupled with the knowledge of the clinical assessment of the client's presenting problems and the identification and prioritization of rehabilitation goals, the proposed typology of rehabilitation interventions could provide the practitioner with additional armamentarium in his or her search for the delivery of more comprehensive and efficient services to people with disabilities.
Alcon will be responsible for incorporating the ORA System into its current cataract refractive armamentarium that covers Verion, the LenSx femtosecond laser, the Centurion phacoemulsification system and the LUXOR LX3 microscope.
Over the past 40 years, one of the most popular procedures in the vaginal surgeon's armamentarium has been the sacrospinous ligament suspension.
Our analysis suggests that test-and-treat will likely be a very important addition to the treatment and prevention armamentarium, but the expectations for its impact should be realistic," he said.
Hypnosis has earned a secure place in the modern armamentarium against pain.
There's going to be a lot more in the armamentarium of combination therapy," he said at a meeting sponsored by the International Society on Hypertension in Blacks.
Because of the diverse biologic effects of this compound, topical vitamin C has become a useful part of the dermatologist's armamentarium.
The treatment of acute osteomyelitis involves an armamentarium of antibiotic agents in addition to debridement and removal of dead bone.
Hence, we feel especially honored to provide the opportunity to add Remodulin to the armamentarium of French physicians, and following mutual recognition, other European physicians in tackling primary pulmonary hypertension," concluded Dr.
Neither had been strictly prohibited, but FDA's imprimatur, as well as some recent research findings, has given long-awaited credibility to the inclusion of live organisms in the medical armamentarium.
NEW ORLEANS -- Aripiprazole, a once-daily novel antipsychotic, will be a unique, valuable addition to the armamentarium of antipsychotics once it is on the market, Dr.
We hope that Alterna[TM] will prove to be a valuable addition to the armamentarium of agents and treatments currently used to combat this cadre of diseases which touch our lives and those of so many people around the globe.
The ability to orchestrate cellular behavior and promote bone growth in response to an interbody device has not been in the lateral surgeon's armamentarium until now.
The Tri-Beam, being one of the few fractional Q-switched lasers available, really advances our laser armamentarium.
But gastrointestinal surgery promises to be an important addition to the armamentarium of available treatments, and its study may also allow us to understand the disease mechanism in depth.
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