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maneuver

 [mah-noo´ver]
any dexterous procedure; see also method, operation, procedure, surgery, and technique. For names of specific maneuvers, see under the name.

ma·neu·ver

(mă-nū'vĕr),
A planned movement or procedure.
[Fr. manoeuvre, fr. L. manu operari, to work by hand]

manoeuvre

Medspeak
noun Any form of management or procedure that acts on a patient to evoke a result or outcome.

Vox populi
noun A procedure or series of movements that require skill.
verb To perform a series of movements with caution and skill.

maneuver

Medtalk A method or technique for performing a task. See Abdominal thrust maneuver, Doll's head maneuver, Epley maneuver, Flake maneuver, Hallpike maneuver, Head-tilt/chin-lift maneuver, Heimlich maneuver, Jaw thrust maneuver, Jendrassik maneuver, Lichtenstein maneuver, Semont maneuver, Triple airway maneuver, Valsalva maneuver.

ma·neu·ver

(mă-nū'vĕr)
A planned movement or procedure.
Synonym(s): manoeuvre.
[Fr. manoeuvre, fr. L. manu operari, to work by hand]

ma·neu·ver

(mă-nū'vĕr)
A planned movement or procedure.
Synonym(s): manoeuvre.
[Fr. manoeuvre, fr. L. manu operari, to work by hand]
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Although three patients had a past history of migraine headaches, they responded completely or partially to barbecue maneuvers. 3 (who did not recover after a single maneuver) underwent magnetic resonance imaging of the brain to exclude a central cause.
The Pilot/Controller Glossary defines it: A visual maneuver accomplished by a pilot at the completion of an instrument approach to permit a straight-in landing on a parallel runway not more than 1,200 feet to either side of the runway to which the instrument approach was conducted.
In order to eliminate the shortcomings of the CS model, the AACS model is proposed to make a better match between the process noise and the actual maneuver by constructing the acceleration increment models of the acceleration limits and acceleration mean in the CS model.
Although the commercial airman certification standards (ACS) and the AFH don't discuss using power during the maneuver, that can quickly get out it of hand.
of group modified group modified (n=93) Epley's (n=61) Epley's maneuvers maneuvers 1 hour 63 (67.7%) 1 na 0 2 hours 8 (8.6%) 2 na 0 1 day 3 (3.2%) 3 na 0 3 days 0 (0%) 4 na 0 1 week 9 (9.7%) 5 48 (78.7%) 1 Total 83 (89.2%) 1.96[+ or -]1.60 (1-5) 48 (78.7%) 1 na: not available
In the 433-patient multicenter REVERT trial in the United Kingdom, 43% of those assigned to the modified Valsalva maneuver returned to sinus rhythm 1 minute after completing the task, compared with 17% of those randomized to the standard semirecumbent Valsalva maneuver.
About a year ago we were introduced to flight training using a simulator and artificial intelligence as a method of exposing a student pilot to a flight maneuver and then having her practice it with real-time coaching and immediate feedback from the simulator--just as if an instructor were there.
Now and in the future, maneuver support forces use their unique technical capabilities to enable movement, maneuver, and sustainment capabilities.
When the human maneuvers a robotic vehicle in the straight lane, the straightness of driving is very significant to the traffic.
Penetration attacks are offensive maneuvers that utilize attacks along a narrow front to pierce enemy lines and defensive systems.
Several maneuvers are in use for treatment of BPPV, which aim at replacing the displaced otoconia to the utricle1.