immobilizer


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immobilizer

 [ĭ-mo´bĭ-li″zer]
an object or apparatus that immobilizes.
sternal-occipital-mandibular immobilizer (SOMI) any of a variety of cervical orthoses that have two or three posts running between head plates and a jacket or corset.
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The Question proposed is: Does oral ET tube daily migration vary by immobilizer technique?
The Atmel AES-128 immobilizer protocol stack is the first open source stack to allow interoperability between different semiconductor vendors.
On top of that, we would like drivers to make use of antitheft equipment such as immobilizers and locks for steering wheels,'' the police agency said.
The nurse went immediately to the resident's bedside and removed the immobilizer and ACE bandage.
A desirable ET tube immobilizer should minimize self-extubation while also minimizing physical injury at the points of attachment to the face and neck.
The immobilizer keeps a car disabled until information stored on a computer chip in the car key matches the vehicle's registered identification number.
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Smith + Nephew's Rehabilitation Division introduces the Rolyan[R]Slip-Resistant Knee Immobilizer, designed to provide knee immobilization after injury or surgery.