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instrumentation

 [in″stroo͡-men-ta´shun]
1. the use of tools, appliances, or apparatus in the treatment of a patient.
2. the application of specific rules to develop a measurement device or instrument in a research study.
Harrington instrumentation a system of metal hooks and rods inserted surgically into the posterior elements of the spine to provide distraction and compression in treatment of scoliosis and other deformities.

in·stru·men·ta·tion

(in'strū-men-tā'shŭn),
1. The use of instruments.
2. In dentistry, the application of an armamentarium in a restorative procedure.

in·stru·men·ta·tion

(in'strŭ-měn-tā'shŭn)
1. In dentistry, application of an armamentarium in a restorative procedure.
2. The use of dental instruments.

in·stru·men·ta·tion

(in'strŭ-měn-tā'shŭn)
1. In dentistry, application of an armamentarium in a restorative procedure.
2. The use of dental instruments.

Patient discussion about instrumentation

Q. How do i know what essential tools/instruments i need to buy for my baby?

A. we bought a lot of crap when out first born came along. most of it was really not useful and we could easily do without. form what i remember, we should have bought maybe second hand crib and not a new one, all this miniature outfits were really expendable. the baby grows VERY fast. all kind of shoes- until the day he start walking, it's just a waste of time.

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He is currently a professor in the Department of Mechanical Manufacturing and Automation, School of Mechanical and Precision Instrument Engineering, XAUT.
The biggest increase came in the drinks industry with a quarterly rise of 9.2 per cent Electrical and instrument engineering rose by 2.5 per cent and metals and metal production rose 4.3 per cent.
The capacity of musicians to make new and exciting sounds owes as much to instrument engineering as it does to their creativity.
Over the quarter, the main industry driving the decline in manufactured export sales was electrical and instrument engineering with a drop of 2.3 per cent.
The continuing decline in electrical and instrument engineering exports was the main reason behind the overall fall.
Manufacturing output was hardest hit - falling by 8.3 per cent - while electronics and instrument engineering fell by 19 per cent.

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