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in·sert

(in-sert'),
1. An additional length of base pairs in DNA that has been introduced into that DNA.
2. An additional length of bases that has been introduced into RNA.
3. An additional length of amino acyl residues that has been introduced into a protein.

insert

(in-sĕrt′, sense 1) (in′sĕrt″, sense 2) [L. inserere, to sow, plant in, implant]
1. To place or put within.
2. An object that is placed or put inside another.

insert

a segment of DNA that has been spliced into a cloning vector.
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In addition, 12 of 15 healthy volunteers achieved adequate cervical image capture after self-insertion of the device, and 14 of the 15 women expressed an overall preference for the inserter over the speculum (based on past experience).
Withdraw the inserter from the uterus and cut the threads with blunt tipped scissors approximately 3 cm from the cervical os.
This new LILETTA single-handed inserter with an optimized package will succeed the two-handed inserter, which was approved by the US FDA in February 2015.
The fastener inserter is positioned in line with the hole.
7, Developing a practical assessment form and audit tools to meet the needs of other hospitals whose PICC Nurse Inserters use Radiographic imaging (X-Ray) and do not have access to an Image intensifier(II) to confirm PICC tip position.
To operate without problems, conventional vertical inserters require near-perfect fiber or corrugated partitions," reports Jay Bachman, vice president of engineering for Wayne Automation.
Combined with software and inserters that control exactly what goes into a given package, the new device, which can print in full color through 16 Hewlett-Packard ink-jet heads, would allow publishers to take last-minute ad orders.
According to Allergan and Medicines360, the new inserter includes: an ergonomic design allowing for single-handed insertion that can be used with either hand, a bendable tube to accommodate the anatomy of the patient during insertion, and the ability to reload the device if needed before insertion.
We are excited to bring to market the new LILETTA inserter and anticipate that the single-handed process may lead to broader use by healthcare providers, thereby increasing the number of women who have access to this effective contraceptive," said Jessica Grossman, MD, CEO of Medicines360.
Productive, versatile and easy to use folder inserters that can grow with your business