Esbach

Es·bach

(es'bahk),
Georges H., French physician, 1843-1890. See: Esbach reagent.
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The leg was wrapped with esbach bandage, and tourniquet was applied.
La AEDPA agilizo las deportaciones removiendo las barreras legales que protegian a los inmigrantes de ser deportados, y la Ley Patriota fortalecio los poderes administrativos para detener y deportar a aquellos migrantes percibidos como una amenaza para la seguridad nacional (Hagan, Esbach y Rodriguez 2008, p.
In semiotics, this shift has been away from a positivist "science of culture" (Lucy 16) and toward sociological or materialist analyses of signs in specific social contexts, relationships, and configurations of power (see Esbach and Koch; Hodge and Kress).
Esbach, Karl, Jacqueline Hagan, and Nestor Rodriquez 2001 Causes and Trends in Migrant Deaths Along the U.
There is a severe lack of street lights in Sun Valley,'' said Jon Esbach, president of the Sun Valley Neighborhood Improvement Organization.
The new lights are among several improvement projects the nonprofit organization has undertaken in recent years to improve the quality of life in Sun Valley, said Esbach, a 54-year-old, lifelong Sun Valley resident and the community's postmaster.
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Tenders are invited for Albuminometer, For Doing 24 Hours Urinary Protein Test By Esbach S Method
The blood in the knee was evacuated by using the Esbach bandage and the blood flow was stopped by inflating the pneumatic tourniquet with a pressure of 250 mm Hg.
Additionally, Dr Carsten Esbach (42) also unites with Management Board Germany as a new member and in this position, he will be co-ordinating transversal and internal projects, with a view to further integrating operations within the BNP Paribas Group in Germany.