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Abbreviation for electrostatic unit.

electrosurgical unit



A device used to cut and coagulate tissues during surgery, using alternating current that changes direction at a frequency of between 500,000 and 3,000,000 hertz. An ESU is an alternative to other cutting tools, such as surgical blades or lasers.
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The Oracle Validated Integration means the Panaya ESU Automation for JD Edwards service is 100% aligned and in tune with Oracle JD Edwards.
Based on our knowledge and the clinical utility of the novel oral anticoagulants in patients with atrial fibrillation, we assume that they will be more efficacious than antiplatelet therapy for the secondary prevention of ESUS, said Co-Principal Investigator Dr Stuart Connolly, M.
NAVIGATE ESUS is a randomised double-blind, event-driven superiority Phase III study of secondary prevention of stroke and prevention of systemic embolism in patients with a recent embolic stroke of undetermined source (ESUS).
Surely that is in part a political choice, since refusing to treat hatchery fish as ESU-mates of wild fish would enhance the likelihood both that more ESUs would qualify for listing and that hatchery operations would have to be constrained to protect those ESUs.
The zoo crowd may have had tigers in mind, but some of the first biologists to embrace ESUs were studying fish.
Critical Habitat for Salmon In the February 16 Federal Register, NMFS published a designation of critical habitat for 19 listed ESUs of chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), chum (O.
The currently available treatment options to prevent recurrent stroke following ESUS offer only limited efficacy.
16] Indeed, there was little tiger in the J esus of Bonhoeffer's Christology (and therefore neither in his theological anthropology) and there was much of the obedient, sacrificial lamb.
Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Two "evolutionary significant units" or ESUs (a designation used by NMFS in classifying Pacific salmonids) of chinook salmon in California were listed December 29 as threatened.
She wears two cardigans and granny glasses as Edna Colley the head of ESUS.