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Abbreviation for electrostatic unit.

electrosurgical unit



A device used to cut and coagulate tissues during surgery, using alternating current that changes direction at a frequency of between 500,000 and 3,000,000 hertz. An ESU is an alternative to other cutting tools, such as surgical blades or lasers.
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While quantifying the results of a tutoring lab is always difficult, certain statistics demonstrate that the ELL Lab is providing an important and popular service for the ELLs at ESU.
The Oracle Validated Integration means the Panaya ESU Automation for JD Edwards service is 100% aligned and in tune with Oracle JD Edwards.
ESU Cyprus will also be holding a local high school debating tournament this year to choose the five best debaters who will represent Cyprus in the world schools debating championship in Qatar between February 8 and 19 in 2010.
Although Vodun's Papa Legba is a crippled old man, he is linked to two shadow sides, Mait' Carrefour and the Ghede, who represent the strength, virility, and evil capabilities of Esu.
Working with the Tellabs 6300 transport switching equipment, the ESU for the Tellabs 8100 system breaks the access bandwidth bottleneck by offering a choice of capacities ranging from 64 kilobits per second (kbps) to 12 megabits per second (Mbps).
Even though Anancy and Esu Elegbara are not formally a part of the Big Drum, principles associated with their personae permeate the event.
the story of the erotic deity Esu, providing context, so to speak, four
The first officers on the scene on September 11 - including 14 from elite ESU cops from Manhattan and the Bronx - were those buried when the twin towers crumbled.
In the fall of I997, the ESU Center for Teaching and Learning secured a Strategic Planning Grant that brought together sixteen faculty from ten different departments to begin a three year inquiry process of designing a university classroom assessment model.
In fact, the ESU has not been used in the vast majority of recent listing decisions under the act.
The ESU is a free market-oriented public policy research group and in its study analysed 322 individual markets that are currently served by the six US carriers with the largest route networks.