simple traction

simple traction

Orthopedics Minimalist opposing forces, used to separate fracture fragments, usually followed by application of a plaster cast, which is used for simple fractures of long bone shafts. See Traction.
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"The jargon is confusing but they embrace simple traction motors to multi-functional devices in 48V mild hybrid cars, vans, trucks and maybe buses from 2017 onwards.
The research involved 145 models of agricultural tractors of the brands Agrale, Case IH, John Deere, Landini, Massey Ferguson, New Holland, Valtra and Yanmar, contemplating versions with, simple traction (4x2), mechanic front wheel drive (MFWD) and all-wheel drive (4x4).
After removal of allantoic fluid, a dead fetus was delivered by simple traction on both fore limbs.
In all-terrain mode the system allows the wheel that's got the least grip to spin more than a simple traction control system would.
Even when delivering an occiput anterior fetus, simple traction is not used unless an axis traction handle is employed.

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