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requiring two hands or designed for two people


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All women with moderate and severe primary postpartum haemorrhage due to uterine atony; where due to a failure of bimanual uterine massage and uterotonics in controlling haemorrhage, uterine tamponade had to be done.
KEY WORDS: Yoga; Computer Users; Occupational Diseases; Handgrip Strength; Nerve Conduction Velocity; Bimanual Coordination
According to the Well-Woman Task Force of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), "For women 21 years and older, external exam may be performed annually and that inclusion of speculum examination, bimanual examination, or both in otherwise healthy women should be a shared, informed decision between patient and provider.
Tanto en las definiciones formales como en las informales, las preguntas retoricas constan entonces, como minimo, de los siguientes tres elementos: (1) la sena para el termino que se define; (2) un INDEX que la senala (o, en su defecto, que senala uno de los elementos de una sena bimanual o simplemente, por referencia anaforica, la ubicacion donde se ejecuto la sena); y (3) una sena manual o no manual del interrogativo "que" o un gesto manual o facial que cumple una funcion equivalente.
9%) BFMF stage Total (n) Stage I 19 (100%) Stage II 38 (100%) Stage III 15 (100%) Stage IV 17 (100%) Stage V 18 (100%) BFMF: bimanual fine motor function
In bimanual examination, her uterus was normal size, retroverted, right fornix was tender and an ill defined mass about 5 cm was present with restricted mobility.
Tenders are invited for Bimanual Cannula 22G , Use For Laureaty / Infinity Phaco Emulsification
8 mm clear cornea incision made temporally with 20 gauge MVR blades, trypan blue capsule staining under air and lens extraction by the bimanual irrigation/aspiration technique.
On bimanual examination, cystic mass felt in the left fornix.
The bimanual vaginal examination showed a mobile retroverted uterus, with normal dimensions.
The bowel was reduced intra-abdominally via bimanual manoeuvre.
The concluding part (5) of this book gives detailed practical information, photographs and discussion on lower limb performance, treadmill training, upper limb interventions, constraint induced therapy and bimanual training.
In such bimanual training, it is then possible to apply cooperative control by measuring the forces applied to the object by the unimpaired arm and replicating them on the impaired side using a rehabilitation robot (Lum et al.
Ophthalmologists from India and the US cover gas forced infusion, no-anesthesia cataract surgery with the karate chop technique, phacoemulsification in subluxated cataracts, mature cataracts, small pupil phacoemulsification, combined cataract and glaucoma surgery, managing dislocated lens fragments, the malpositioned intraocular implant, infectious endophthalmitis, cystoid macular edema, ophthalmic viscosurgical device surgery, bimanual phacoemulsification/Phakonit/MICS (micro-incision cataract surgery), microphakonit, glued intrascleral haptic fixation of the intraocular lens, glued intraocular lens surgery with add-on procedures, intraocular lens scaffold, and pars plicata anterior vitrectomy.
In my own experience, I have noticed that most--but not all--of the women I see are quite relieved that they don't need yearly pelvic exams, and women I see for pap smears do not seem put off if I do not do a bimanual exam.