atraumatic


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atraumatic

 [a″traw-mat´ik]
not producing injury or damage.

atraumatic

adjective Without injury
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Following the delivery of the baby, we exteriorized the uterus to be able to apply our atraumatic tourniquet technique and make the following procedures.
The objectives of this study were to compare the frequency of atraumatic ligamentum teres (LT) tear in professional ballet dancers with that of other athletes, and to determine the relationship with clinical and imaging findings.
The Anglevator is considered a hybrid of the above mentioned instruments, most importantly facilitates atraumatic extractions through the use of precisely designed widths and angles.
Atraumatic perspectives of ART: psychological and physiological aspects of treatment with and without rotary instruments.
Dressings using the high purity silicone adhesive gel remain reliable and durable, yet stay soft and flexible, thus enabling atraumatic dressing changes.
* Handle with 4 interchangeable blades, for atraumatic extraction of teeth with minimal damage to the surrounding alveolar bone.
Shoulder dislocations are classified as "traumatic" or "atraumatic." Up to 96% of dislocations are traumatic, occurring most often during contact sports or when someone falls onto an outstretched hand.
The certified Chocolate PTA Balloon Catheter is a unique PTA balloon that is designed to allow for atraumatic dilatation in treating peripheral artery disease (PAD).
Other features include a soft atraumatic tip and a color-coded hub to facilitate quicker French size identification.
TECHNIQUE OF ATRAUMATIC RESTORATIVE TREATMENT: Briefly here is described a standard procedure for Art depending on circumstances, available resources and clinical settings the procedure is modified accordingly.
This edition has information on special developmental concerns and providing atraumatic care to children.
During the 1980s, the Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (ART) was developed in Tanzania and incorporated in clinical practice during the early 1990s.