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Instruments used in general surgery

by field. Hemostatic instruments: This includes instruments utilized for the cessation of bleeding. Artery forceps are a classic example in which bleeding...

Last Update: 2023-12-31T16:15:10Z Word Count : 280 Synonim Instruments used in general surgery

Tom Gale (designer)

Benz, running a design consultancy that created a line of instruments for Classic Instruments Inc. He built Hot Rods, including a 1933 Ford highboy roadster...

Last Update: 2023-07-29T12:16:56Z Word Count : 363 Synonim Tom Gale (designer)

Danelectro

musical instruments and accessories that was founded in Red Bank, New Jersey, in 1947. The company is known primarily for its string instruments that employed...

Last Update: 2024-02-21T23:30:11Z Word Count : 1468 Synonim Danelectro

Percussion instrument

instrument. Excluding zoomusicological instruments and the human voice, the percussion family is believed to include the oldest musical instruments....

Last Update: 2024-02-01T22:52:29Z Word Count : 2403 Synonim Percussion instrument

Alux Nahual

has produced. Their style is characterized by the incorporation of classic instruments like the cello and the flute to rock tunes, ballads and folk songs...

Last Update: 2023-04-29T16:52:38Z Word Count : 407 Synonim Alux Nahual

Samuel Zygmuntowicz

New York. His early work demonstrates expert skill as a copyist of classic instruments. Later work includes personal models informed by intensive advanced...

Last Update: 2023-12-27T18:59:58Z Word Count : 912 Synonim Samuel Zygmuntowicz

Carnival of Basel

Fasnachts-Musicals or concerts with traditional Fasnacht instruments and crossovers with "classic" instruments. Most of these events also feature Schnitzelbanks...

Last Update: 2024-02-21T13:27:14Z Word Count : 2822 Synonim Carnival of Basel

Chicago Musical Instruments

Chicago Musical Instruments Co. (CMI), later known as Norlin Music, was a manufacturer and distributor of musical instruments, accessories, and equipment...

Last Update: 2023-11-06T13:01:37Z Word Count : 736 Synonim Chicago Musical Instruments

Buddhist music

chanting, the musical instruments used vary widely, from solely relying on the human voice, to many types of classic instruments used in Asian music (such...

Last Update: 2024-01-28T08:54:52Z Word Count : 9788 Synonim Buddhist music

Banjo

range of pluck-stringed instrument generally is not as great as that of comparably sized bowed-string instruments, other instruments were often added to these...

Last Update: 2024-02-22T13:46:21Z Word Count : 9571 Synonim Banjo

Promising Young Woman (score)

recorded at Synchron Stage in Vienna, and made use of conventional classic instruments, suiting with the film and its theme, and not being inspired or modified...

Last Update: 2023-03-21T15:22:47Z Word Count : 1113 Synonim Promising Young Woman (score)

G&L Musical Instruments

produces electric guitars and basses with designs based on some classic Fender instruments. The company also produces effects units. G&L's most notable player...

Last Update: 2024-01-06T13:39:36Z Word Count : 1156 Synonim G&L Musical Instruments

Texas Instruments Professional Portable Computer

The Texas Instruments Portable Professional Computer (TIPPC) is a portable version of Texas Instruments Professional Computer (TIPC), and are devices...

Last Update: 2024-02-15T10:32:09Z Word Count : 360 Synonim Texas Instruments Professional Portable Computer

Kawai Musical Instruments

Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (株式会社河合楽器製作所, Kabushiki-gaisha Kawai Gakki Seisakusho, TYO: 7952) is a musical instrument manufacturing...

Last Update: 2024-02-06T12:48:02Z Word Count : 2499 Synonim Kawai Musical Instruments

Rockabilly

country with that of rhythm and blues, leading to what is considered "classic" rock and roll. The term "rockabilly" itself is a portmanteau of "rock"...

Last Update: 2024-02-20T18:48:20Z Word Count : 8284 Synonim Rockabilly

List of electrophones by Hornbostel–Sachs number

= electrically actuated acoustic instruments, 52 = electrically amplified acoustic instruments, and 53 = instruments in which make sound primarily by...

Last Update: 2023-05-23T13:06:27Z Word Count : 120 Synonim List of electrophones by Hornbostel–Sachs number

Wilhelm Schimmel

Braunschweig. Over 7.500 instruments left the factory in 1975. In the 1980s, the production and sales had increased to annually 10.000 instruments (including the...

Last Update: 2024-02-18T04:14:12Z Word Count : 2195 Synonim Wilhelm Schimmel

Silvertone (brand)

Silvertones (later The Guess Who) took its name from this line of instruments. Silvertone instruments and amplifiers were manufactured by various companies, including...

Last Update: 2024-01-31T03:21:23Z Word Count : 913 Synonim Silvertone (brand)

Kirtan

includes an accompaniment of regionally popular musical instruments, especially Indian instruments like the Indian harmonium, the veena, sitar, or ektara...

Last Update: 2024-02-11T07:47:15Z Word Count : 4962 Synonim Kirtan

Robin Guitars

com. Retrieved 21 January 2023. Moseley, Willie G. (Feb 2007). "Classic Instruments: Robin Ranger", Vintage Guitar Magazine". Retrieved 2010-08-12.[permanent...

Last Update: 2024-02-07T20:17:46Z Word Count : 268 Synonim Robin Guitars

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Instruments used in general surgery

There are many different surgical specialties, some of which require very specific kinds of surgical instruments to perform. General surgery is a specialty focused on the abdominal contents, as well as the thyroid gland, and diseases involving skin, breasts, various soft tissues, trauma, peripheral vascular disease, hernias, and endoscopic procedures. This page is dedicated specifically to listing surgical instruments used in general surgery. Instruments can be classified in many ways - but broadly speaking, there are five kinds of instruments. Cutting and dissecting instruments: Scalpels, scissors, and saws are the most traditional. Elevators can be both cutting and lifting/retracting. Although the term dissection is broad, energy devices such as diathermy/cautery are often used as more modern alternatives. Grasping or holding instruments: Classically this included forceps and clamps predominantly. Roughly, forceps can be divided into traumatic (tissue crushing) and atraumatic (tissue preserving, such as Debakey's) Numerous examples are available for different purposes by field. Hemostatic instruments: This includes instruments utilized for the cessation of bleeding. Artery forceps are a classic example in which bleeding is halted by direct clamping of a vessel. Sutures are often used, aided by a needle holder. Cautery and related instruments are used with increasing frequency in high resource countries. Retractors: Surgery is often considered to be largely about exposure. A multitude of retractors exist to aid in exposing the body's cavities accessed during surgery. These can broadly be handheld (often by a junior assistant) or self-retaining. Elevators can be both cutting and lifting/retracting. Tissue unifying instruments and materials: This would include instruments that aid in tissue unification (such as needle holders or staple applicators) And the materials themselvesInstruments used in surgery are:


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