positioning technique

positioning technique

Osteopathy
A technique for determining the position of a painful joint and muscular group at which the pain is at a minimum; positioning serves to relax and relieve the pressure and strain on the musculoskeletal group and reduce muscle spasms.
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A more accurate and stable positioning technique was first proposed in mid-1990 by rigorously modeling all error components based on a network of known references, called Network-based RTK (NRTK) technique [1-3].
For satellite positioning technique, SuperSurv 10 help users get very detailed information and support NTRIP service to reach high-precision positioning, helping users to collect more reliable data.
Bhatia, "Neck of femur fracture fixation in a bilateral amputee: an uncommon condition requiring an improvised fracture table positioning technique," BMJ Case Reports, vol.
The WLAN positioning technique based on received signal strength (RSS) is based on the principle that the received signal strength from access points varies with the distance between users and access points.
The size of the needle and correct patient positioning technique are also felt to be beneficial in the containment of complications and ensuring high diagnostic yields of glomeruli.
For example, CGI (Cell Global Identity) [18] is a network-based positioning technique, while GPS is a terminal-based positioning technique.
Oxford positioning technique improves haemodynamic stability and predictability of block height of spinal anaesthesia for elective Caesarean section.
Cell of Origin (COO) is the simplest mobile positioning technique. It identifies the cell in which a cellular phone is logged on.
Benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo: Classic descriptions, origins of the provocative positioning technique, and conceptual developments.