complex closure

complex closure

Surgery Any skin closure involving layering, debridement or advanced repair–plasty. See Debridement, Pedicle, Plasty.
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The finding is different from her administration's announcement that the complex closure was decided at a National Security Council meeting on Feb.
Although inexpensive and standard products are being applied in many sectors, the trend towards more complex closure systems remains unbroken," explains Oliver Kutsch, owner of the market research institution Ceresana: "Above all, more functionality, better technical characteristics, and convenience are in demand, in addition to weight reduction, energy saving during production, and recycling.
Developed at Rexam's Simandre Center of Excellence, the complex closure design has flawless transparency, according to Elisabeth Donor, cosmetic closures sales director, Rexam Personal Care.
Consumers are looking for ease of use and functionality; they don't want product messes, lost components or complex closures that require extra steps," says John Ferro, the company's vice president of marketing, home and beauty.
Number of complex closures, compared with layered closures, particularly on the trunk and extremities.
The report finds that demand for technically more complex closures and dispensers, such as those that are equipped with security or tamper-evident functions, will rise in some segments in the future.
Apart from complex gear teeth surfaces, the system can inspect turbine blades, digital camera housings, complex closures and more.
Patients whose postsurgical wounds were amenable to primary closure had a recurrence rate of 12%, compared with a 17% rate among those who required more complex closures or grafts.