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tubeless

For a test, accomplished without an endoscope.
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Tubeless spontaneous respiration technique for pediatric microlaryngeal surgery.
2-10) Review articles have highlighted the need for minimal intra-operative bleeding, negligible residual stone burden, and one to two attempts at renal access when considering tubeless approaches.
We combined our control and connectivity expertise for an easy-to-use, tubeless, wireless insulin pump that is helping change the lives of people with diabetes by giving them new-found freedom and continuous control of their insulin intake.
The first degree diploma has been conferred for the pneumatic tire HK-129 of size 175/65 R14, tubeless, radial design, highway tread pattern, "T" speed category (Kama EURO 129), manufactured by PJSC "Nizhnekamskshina".
The most widely used of these variations is tubeless PCNL, whereby a ureteral stent replaces the traditional nephrostomy tube.
In 1997, Bellman and colleagues argued that tubeless PCNL reduced the postoperative analgesic requirement, length of hospital stay and overall cost as compared to the standard procedure.
Pirelli was primarily looking for bigger-size tubeless tyres for Europe and other developed markets.
With the advent of tubeless PCNL, the use of nephrostomy tubes is no longer thought to be necessary in all cases.
Fulton was established in Bristol in 1966 to manufacture a range of vertical tubeless steam boilers.
The company's OmniPod offers diabetics all the technical capabilities (basal and bolus injections) of a traditional insulin pump; its tubeless design increases comfort, allows improved system concealment, and allows the patient multiple insertion locations around the body, distinguishing it from other products on the market.
Tenders are invited for Tires agricultural size 550/60 / 22,5 load factor not less than 166A8, tubeless, layering norm 16.