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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.

instrumentation

/in·stru·men·ta·tion/ (in″strdbobr-men-ta´shun)
1. the use of instruments; work performed with instruments.
2. a group of instruments used for a specific purpose.

instrumentation

[in′strəməntā′shən]
the use of instruments for treatment and diagnosis.

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.

instrumentation (in´strəmentā´shən),

n the use of, or work done by, instruments in the treatment of a patient.
instrumentation, endpoint of,
n the ultimate goal of instrument use in the periodontal process, which is to prepare the teeth and surrounding structures for healing and to maintain optimal oral health.
instrumentation zone,
n the section of a tooth requiring the use of an instrument to remove deposits and debris.

instrumentation

work performed with 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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The new version is designed to further automate electrical engineering tasks and more closely synchronise related electrical and instrument engineering workflows through integration.
This has led to the revolution of the Internet-enabled instrumentation using programs like Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW).
Despite concerns about an alleged abandonment of old economy sector businesses, buy-outs of mechanical and instrument engineering businesses have remained stable at around seven per cent of all deals done, both in 1992 and 2001.
The importance of instrument engineering is often overlooked in today's focus on Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) and multi-level definitions of automation.
In 1999, he accepted a professorship for bioengineering at the Moscow State Academy of Instrument Engineering and Computer Science, where he is also the Head of the Laboratory of Molecular Acoustics.
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March 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) - R Series Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) spaceflight instrument Engineering Development Unit completed optical-electronic lightning sensitivity testing in January at the Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT) Advanced Technology Center in Palo Alto and showed excellent performance.
The annual national contest was organized by the Belarusian chamber of industry and commerce in association with ministries and agencies and was designed to select the leading exporting Belarusian companies in various domains, such as information technology, electronics and instrument engineering, manufacturing of building materials, food industry, etc.
2 per cent Electrical and instrument engineering rose by 2.

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