nail removal

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Synonyms for nail removal

a form of torture in which the fingernails or toenails are removed


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Invented by the father-son team of Eric and Ben Eby, the Kwick Gripper was created to make nail removal jobs simpler even in difficult situations.
Our average operative time, hospital stay, bone healing time, and nail removal time were quite similar to other data in literature.
However, if nonunion persists, nail removal and THA is recommended.
Additional equipment includes: a bandsaw with a takeaway and sorting table, a saw to trim off nails, a pneumatic nail removal tool--which was developed through Bildon of Hendersonville, NC, during the project--a dry kiln and a router with a one way sliding table.
Our 2 patients who had deep infections required 6 subsequent debridements and a nail removal to control the infections.
The line includes a nail removal kit; an artificial nail treatment consisting of a nail replenisher and a cuticle conditioner; effervescent artificial nail cleansing tablets, and a pack containing three sizes of files designed to reach under artificial nails to eliminate bumps and glue lines.
Tools nail removal (4 sets), lipoma and atheroma removal (4 sets ), scissors (2 pcs.
Tool Company believes it is better to engage in nail removal prior to burning the wood.
It is important to assess the main reason for nail removal and the extent to which the surgeon and the patient are willing to go to do so.
Machinery of torture, nail removal and eye gouging will be invented.
Tool Company launched the KwickGripper nail removal tool.
Less refracture after nail removal compared to after plate removal.
An acrylic and dip remover, which offers an alternative to acetone-only products for artificial nail removal.
1 instrument for damaged screw and broken nail removal set.
Tool Company offers the innovative KwickGripper nail removal tool.