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dynamic

 [di-nam´ik]
pertaining to or manifesting force.
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The clinical cases of different types of diaphyseal femur fractures were treated with dynamic compression plating technique were subjected to weight bearing (functional out come and lameness grading) and radiography.
Interestingly, we observed a High Temperature Metal Slag Spray (HTMSS) phenomenon in both kinds of materials upon dynamic compression. However, when PTFE/Al or PTFE/Al/W was impacted, only bright white light appeared with no HTMSS phenomenon [4, 7, 21].
The most common implants in current practice have been reported to be dynamic compression or titanium nails or locking plates specially designed for treating clavicle fractures.
The objective of this study was to determine the demographics, modes of injury and complications of diaphyseal fractures of humerus treated by dynamic compression plate.
Whether compressed air is generated via positive displacement compression or dynamic compression, compressors fall into two broad ranges--oil-injected and oil-free.
Dynamic Compression Characteristics and Analysis of Limestone Samples.
"Dynamic compression of planetary-relevant materials is a very exciting field right now.
e plate is called a Dynamic Compression Plate and it allows us to compress the bone fragment together which stimulates bone healing.
Based on this, static and dynamic compression properties of polypropylene/zinc oxide nanocomposites, with particle contents of 1%, 3%, and 5% by weight, were successfully studied at different strain rates (i.e., 0.01 s (-1), 0.1 s (-1), 650 s (-1), 900 s (-1) and 1100 s (-1)) using a universal testing machine and a split Hopkinson pressure bar apparatus.
tested the dynamic compression of three PBXs with three different temperatures at different loading strain rates.
According to the company, Vpulse provides intermittent sequential therapy that reduces the risk of hospital-acquired DVT and PE; intermittent dynamic compression therapy reduces swelling at the treatment site; and controlled cold therapy reduces pain and swelling at the treatment site.

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