ecarteur

é·car·teur

(ā-kar-ter'),
A type of retractor.
[Fr. écarter, to separate]
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- Class I - maxillo facial surgery and neuro neuro - ecarteur
The procedure was performed subcutaneously with a vertical incision of 2 cm performed above the carpal tunnel, and automatic skin ecarteur was placed in a way that encompasses the subcutaneous parts, and in this way subcutaneous bleeding control and ecartation was achieved.
Examination of premature babies was performed by two specialists of retina experienced in ROP (SBA, SA) under guidance of a specialized anesthesiologist using indirect ophtalmoscope and 20 or 28 D lens; the pupils were dilated using 0.25% cyclopentolate, 2.5% phenylephrine HCL and 0.5% tropicamide and crochet and ecarteur were used for examination.
Premature infants were examined by two specialists of retina (SBA, SA) experienced in ROP under the guidance of an anesthesiologist by dilating the pupils with 0.25% cyclopentolate, 2.5% phenylephrine HCL and 0.5% tropicamide and using an indirect ophtalmoscope and 20 or 28 D lenses with the help of ecarteur and chrochet.
L'experience devra a terme permettre aux millions de personnes souffrant de cette pathologie de s'eviter [beaucoup moins que] la torture des ecarteurs de narines, des masques de ventilation et autres canules dans la gorge [beaucoup plus grand que], ajoute europe1.fr, en soulignant bien evidement tous les avantages qu'y trouveront des millions de couples dont l'un des conjoints faire subir ses 'assauts sonores'' a l'autre.