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armband

A durable plasticised identification band placed around a patient’s wrist at the time of admission to a hospital, which contains basic information about the patient (name, hospital identification number, room number, caring physician, etc.).
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The Department of Health indicated that during a routine examination of blood pressure readings, a large number of devices were leaking air from the armband, as per Al Bayan report.
The HIS system needs to be transformed so that patients can be automatically identified in the system by scanning their NFC armband in the affected care process.
Clubs will mark his contribution with a minute of applause and the wearing of black armbands at this weekend's matches.
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Wales are hoping to replicate what happened in the 4-1 thumping of Norway back in 2011 by at least having the symbol on armbands this time around.
Gareth Bale wears a poppy armband in Wales' game against Norway in 2011 MICHAEL STEELE
Some City players with a limited grasp of English had started to put their armbands on, but others smelt a rat.
Wallabies skipper Michael Hooper said: "We've got enough motivation this weekend, but when we're wearing the black armbands, we'll be thinking of him and his family.
Karrimor's Multi Armband fastens Karrimor's Multi Armband fastens Armband fastens around the upper arm with an adjustable strap, and includes a secure Armband fastens around the upper arm with an adjustable strap, and includes a secure clearfronted pocket for mobile phones or MP3 players, for example, with a built in audio port.
The petition by fair trade organisation SumOfUs said: "These armbands are like Big Brother in the workplace.
Red armbands have become a symbol of resistance for an umbrella group of racing and breeding organisations who are fighting a European Court of Justice ruling that determined horse-related activities will be ineligible for a special low rate of VAT reserved for agriculture.
It was kind of my decision to wear the black armbands," said a clearly upset Williams.