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dynamic

 [di-nam´ik]
pertaining to or manifesting force.

dynamic

/dy·nam·ic/ (di-nam´ik)
1. pertaining to or manifesting force.
2. of or relating to energy or to objects in motion.
3. characterized by or tending to produce change.

dynamic

[dīnam′ik]
Etymology: Gk, dynamis, force
1 tending to change or to encourage change, such as a dynamic nurse-patient relationship.
2 (in respiratory therapy) a condition of changing volume. Compare static.

dynamic

pertaining to or manifesting force.

dynamic compression plates
used in orthopedic surgery. See compression plating.
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Effectiveness of locking versus dynamic compression plates for diaphyseal forearm fractures.
Locked intramedullary nailing versus dynamic compression plating for humeral shaft fractures.
Guizouarn, "Automotive door closing efforts: Static versus dynamic compression load deflection measurements," Automotive Elastomers Conference, June 2005.
4 Dynamic compression at the fracture site using DCP has a lower incidence of nonunion and can improve functional outcome with less joint stiffness.
Dynamic compression fatigue is the ratio, expressed as percentage loss, of the recovered thickness at any time point to the original recovered thickness at the UDSP.
Mechanical behavior of locking compression plates compared with dynamic compression plates in a cadaver radius model.
Whereas there were four levels of significant differences among the dynamic compressions, the largest difference occurred among the five lowest weights as a group and the five highest weights as a group, similar to the findings with the dynamic trunk moments.
Treatment of midclavicular nonunion: comparison of dynamic compression plating and low-contact dynamic compression plating techniques.
The newly designed limited contact dynamic compression plate is technically a further development of dynamic compression plate based on the experimental work of Klaue and Perren (1982), who developed its predecessor Dynamic Compression Unit (DCU).
5 mm Dynamic Compression plate, contoured to bone shape, was fixed using 2.
2 to fit the experiment data of dynamic compression test and the parameters in the constitutive model are recalculated.
To confirm the higher heat build-up predicted by the RPA's tan delta measurement, we conducted dynamic compression tests using a Doli (BFGoodrich heat build-up) dynamic tester.

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