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Supply and multi-year supply contract for the supply of operating drapes, kits, surgical gowns and single-use incise drapes.
In order to incise through the thickness (120-mm depth) of the specimens, the laser irradiated each hole for 0.9 second for teak and 0.5 second for mahogany.
This new approved InCise Multileaf Collimator was designed specifically for stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) treatments, giving the system the capability to extend its radiosurgical accuracy into a broader field of applications, meeting radiosurgery and radiotherapy needs.
Incise. She looks a real speedster who should have no difficulty in adding to her gains in the five-furlong median auction stakes
Incise was also sent to the meeting, but was outclassed in the Queen Mary Stakes, running in ninth behind Attraction, one of the country's top two-year-olds.
The PlasmaBlade tissue dissection devices are used in conjunction with PEAK's PULSAR[TM] Generator, which provides pulsed plasma radiofrequency energy to the PlasmaBlade to incise tissue and control bleeding.
No Avery Dennison brand wound dressing, diagnostic product, surgical or incise drapes, or transdermal competes for shelf space with your brand in hospital storeroom.
Use rulers and pencil to incise a nine-square grid into the Styrofoam.
Drugs squad officers reported 112 people for supply offences and 109 for other offences during Operation Incise.