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a mixture of seasoned ingredients used to stuff meats and vegetables

making fertile as by applying fertilizer or manure

processes in the conversion of rough hides into leather

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the activity of getting dressed

the act of applying a bandage

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The purpose of this retrospective record review was to identify evidence that supports use of an occlusive dry sterile dressing compared to a petroleum occlusive dressing for preventing air leaks and wound infection at the CT site.
Four patients expired from the emboli, one of whom had a cerebrovascular accident, and none of them had occlusive dressings at the air entry sites.
Eighty-four percent of respondents reported that the only adverse events from vaccination were related to the skin irritation caused by the occlusive dressings worn over the vaccination lesion.
The dermatological approach relied on advanced occlusive dressings in order to minimize the possibility that the patient would manipulate the skin lesion.
If available, use a self-adhesive occlusive dressing that has an included one-way valve.
Explain to athletes with herpes or bacterial infections that they cannot participate while the lesions are active, even if they are covered with occlusive dressings.
Eaglstein WH 1993 Occlusive dressings Journal of Dermatologic Surgery & Oncology 19 (8) 716-720
They should be applied to intact skin in a thick layer and covered with an occlusive dressing.
The cream was applied twice a day under an occlusive dressing for eight weeks.
Lack of a requirement for occlusive dressing and the noninvasiveness of the product are additional benefits, said Dr.
The clear occlusive dressing also provides a barrier to bacteria, stabilizes the catheter and reduces pistoning.
Workers with broken skin should avoid contact with fresh water or mud; at minimum, open wounds should be protected with an occlusive dressing.
Have the patient apply a thick layer of estrogen cream and cover it with plastic wrap or any other occlusive dressing, he advised.