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driven by explosive or electrical power.

powered missiles
used in euthanasia of animals. Includes conventional weapons such as revolvers, rifles and shotguns, Greenough humane killers and captive bolt pistols.
powered surgical instruments
include saws, drills.

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Q. My myopic son is wearing power glasses. Are there any other nutritional supplements to support eye sight? My myopic son is wearing power glasses from the age of 2 years. His power is not very high yet but the rate of his eye power is doubling every year. Doctor had given him some medicines and had told him to have lots of carrots. We are giving him carrot juice every day. But soon he stopped taking it for some months. But he is having juice now but I wish to know are there any other nutritional supplements to support eye sight?

A. eating carrots can help people who suffers from vitamin A or beta-carotene deficiency. which leads to poor night vision. but that's it. there is no reason to eat tremendous amounts of carrots, there are food supplements that will help you achieve it without becoming orange. anyway, getting too much vitamin A can be toxic.
here is a "snopes" about it-
http://www.snopes.com/food/ingredient/carrots.asp

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This report studies the Powered Surgical Instruments Market over the forecast period of 2014-2019.
The Powered Surgical Instruments Market registered a healthy growth rate during the last decade primarily attributed to the rising aging population, increasing volume of surgical procedures performed, and technological developments.
Further driving growth of the market will be an increase in procedures requiring the use of powered surgical instruments (such as knee and hip replacements, small-joint replacements, and spinal surgeries) caused by the aging populations in the countries covered.
The electric-powered surgical instruments segment accounts for the major share of the powered surgical instruments market.
High-speed powered surgical instruments: Sales of high-speed powered surgical instruments will outpace both large- and small-bone products through 2022.
The Company's products serve the clinical areas of arthroscopy, powered surgical instruments, electrosurgery, cardiac monitoring disposables, endosurgery and endoscopic technologies.
Powered surgical instruments are used in many procedures that cannot be delayed indefinitely, such as joint replacement, sternotomy, and craniotomy surgeries.
The Global Markets for Powered Surgical Instruments 2007 report includes coverage of key industry competitors, including Stryker Instruments, CONMED Linvatec, Medtronic, Anspach, Synthes, B.
At the AAOS 2006 Annual Meeting, CONMED Linvatec will be showcasing its orthopedic products, including arthroscopic products for sports medicine, powered surgical instruments and video equipment for a broad range of procedures.
Sales growth in our Arthroscopy, Powered Surgical Instruments and Endosurgery product lines helped to generate significant top-line improvements over the first half of last year, and exceeded management's expectations.
As a result of the Company's continued research and development in Powered Surgical Instruments, ConMed Linvatec introduces the Hall(R) PowerProMax(TM) Battery Powered System.
Stryker delivers results through a wide range of capabilities including joint replacements, trauma, spine and micro implant systems, orthobiologics, powered surgical instruments, surgical navigation systems and endoscopic products as well as patient handling and emergency medical equipment.