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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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With the ESU and TU libraries incorporating AR in more and more projects--including outreach events, archives exhibits, and information literacy courses--this technology is becoming part of the culture on our campuses and opening further potential for AR to be implemented in the library.
One poem about Esu states, "If there be no drums / He will dance to the pounding of mortars" (Gleason 175).
He seemed uninterested in my visitor, although maybe he did rub his face up against Esu at one point.
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The GTA training program at ESU has proven invaluable in my current position as a doctoral-level teaching assistant.
This idea was rejected at ESU so students could continue to share frustrations and difficulties freely.
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By September of 1994, there will be 30,000 student accounts served by the four staff members of ESU #3; of these, at least 90% will go through the routers.
Therefore, many electrosurgical units have an electrode continuity monitor that prevents activation of the ESU if the return electrode pathway to the unit is interrupted (unplugged or broken).
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Nathania, who wants to study dentistry, reached in the final after being gaining a best speaker award at another ESU competition with her former school, Red House in Norton.