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 [mesh]
[Medical Subject Headings] a thesaurus published by the national library of medicine for use in medlars.

MeSH

Abbreviation for Medical Subject Headings.

MESH

[mesh]
an abbreviation derived from Medical Subject Headings, the list of medical terms used by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) for its computerized system of storage and retrieval of published medical reports. The system is also used for indexing medical references published in the monthly and annual volumes of Index Medicus, published by the NLM.

Medical Subject Headings

A standard set of keyboarding terms used by the US National Library of Medicine to Index Medicus and Medline.

MeSH

Medical Subject Headings Informatics The vocabulary of about 16,000 terms used for MEDLINE and other MEDLARS databases. See MEDLINE, MEDLARS.

MeSH

Abbreviation for Medical Subject Headings.

mesh

interlaced structure; a net.

nylon mesh
woven fiber in sheets used to repair gaps in tissue. Other less reactive and more easily worked materials are also available.
surgical mesh
made of stainless steel, polyester fiber or polypropylene. Used in hernia repair or when there is a tissue deficiency.
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The result is an instant, off-the-grid mesh network that extends up to 200 feet, where users can exchange text messages and photos among themselves by doing what Open Garden CEO Micha Benoliel calls "crowdsourcing a network.
ONCE USED PRIMARILY AS A CRISIS DISASTER MANAGEMENT TOOL, MESH NETWORKS ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF TECHNOLOGY TRENDS LIKE THE INTERNET OF THINGS TO OFFER AN ALTERNATIVE TO CELLULAR AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION.
Tropos[R] Networks, the market leader in wireless IP broadband mesh networks, today announced that the company has been awarded six new patents so far this year for technology innovations created to meet the environmentally tough challenges of outdoor wireless mesh networks.
Tropos[R] Networks is the worldwide market leader in wireless IP broadband mesh networks that enable customers to own and control a smart, affordable, IP foundation for deploying high-value applications that improve the efficiencies of mobile workers, reduce operational costs and contribute towards the building of greener communities.
The EWM[TM] patents are the revelation to solve today's inherent problems with both hub and spoke wireless networks and earlier wireless mesh networks.
BelAir innovation has resulted in many industry firsts, but we are most proud of our consistent ability to provide proven, cost effective wireless broadband mesh networks to customers worldwide.
By leveraging Siemens managed services, 20/20 Communications is minimizing the costs associated with operating and supporting the Washtenaw County regional wireless mesh network.
Siemens' worldwide experience in mesh networks gives me complete confidence in their ability to design, build, and support the Wireless Washtenaw network.
Classroom license of MoteWorks software platform including mesh network stack and gateway server middleware for sensor node software application development
With 200 deployments worldwide, BelAir Networks and its partners have deployed next generation wireless mesh networks in leading cities including Minneapolis, London, and Toronto, as well as high-profile venues such as Dolphin Stadium in Miami.
I've been happy to team with BelAir Networks to deliver proven, cost-effective wireless broadband mesh networks in Beaverton, the City of Sherwood and throughout Washington County," said Rick Lindahl, President, Invictus Networks, a leading wireless VAR based in Oregon.
NASDAQ: TRBM), today announced that its portable wireless mesh network serving Denver's greater metropolitan area remained unaffected when blizzards buried the city in snow, closing Denver International Airport, schools, offices, and stores during the height of the recent holiday season.