immobilization


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Synonyms for immobilization

a cessation of normal activity, caused by an accident or strike, for example

Synonyms for immobilization

fixation (as by a plaster cast) of a body part in order to promote proper healing

the act of limiting movement or making incapable of movement

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Immobilization efficiency was defined as the effectivity of enzyme immobilized on the support used from the total enzyme introduced, which was calculated as formula referred [33].
The new Body Pro-Lok ONE SBRT Immobilization system allows for customized setups utilizing ONE bridge versus three for varying patient sizes.
As an immobilization matrix, the merit of Eudragit L-100 is its solubility during catalysis with its insolubility below pH 4.
Immobilization hypercalcemia mainly results from rapid bone turnover and may be seen after spinal cord injury or long bone fracture in children and adolescents.
The mice were subjected to immobilization stress, widely used as one stress model as described in Pare and Glavin (1986).
A closer look at the data revealed that spine immobilization didn't affect death rates in patients with knife wounds.
Non-weight-bearing cast immobilization and surgery both had significantly higher successful outcome rates than did weight-bearing casting and/or rest.
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Matrices based on cellulose are frequently used as a carrier for protein immobilization because of their biocompatibility and hydrophylicity.
com), a world leader in radiotherapy patient positioning devices, announced the Encompass(TM) SRS Immobilization System has received 510(k) clearance from the US FDA for stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS).
Pursuant to City of Johnson City ordinances, any vehicle with three or more unsatisfied parking citations shall be immobilized by the use of an immobilization device (commonly referred to as a boot), and is subject to towing and storage if all delinquent parking fines and fees are not paid to the City of Johnson City.
Thus, certain individuals seem to be more prone to fetal or calf loss than others following immobilization and palpation.
This can provide insights about coating immobilization and dynamic water retention, which are crucial to coater runnability and final paper coating performance.
Sergeant Apffel employed a precision immobilization technique, which brought the suspect's vehicle to a stop.