interoperative

interoperative

(ˌɪntərˈɒpərətɪv)
adj
(Surgery) functioning, or administered, during a surgical operation
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Surgeons, anatomists, and others from the US, Europe, Asia, Canada, and Qatar provide 21 chapters on the neurocranium and facial skeleton, skull base, soft tissues, arteries, veins, nerves, muscles, orbit, eyelid, nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses, external nose, auricle and external acoustic meatus, oral cavity and pharynx, and neck, with drawings, interoperative photos, and radiologic images.
The examination touches on many aspects, including the application of new technology, the interoperative relationship between publications and data, changes in the information infrastructure, the convergence of specialties, and consequences for research and health care [1-3].
As the chuckles subsided, another panelist chimed in with some optimism that the industry may not be as interoperative as needed, but "We're getting better.
Patients undergoing LA experience a reduction in wound infections, require less interoperative and postoperative pain medication, stay less time in hospital, have quickened return of normal bowel function, and improved cosmetic outcome, avoiding a large laparotomy scar.
Implants for fracture fixation are a growing and dynamic application for high-performance resins and compounds, which enable devices with higher fatigue life, greater interoperative visibility, and flexible use.
The aim is to have a system that is interoperative between NRK~s main office in Oslo and the regions.
This initiative, officially launched in May 1997, (34) aimed to coordinate the respective activities of the three countries in such a way as to create a well-trained and interoperative group of African peacekeeping troops.
These new modules enhance the surgeon's ability to treat a number of modalities with the system and will allow for greater interoperative flexibility, according to the company.
Its parent partners with SBI in 5-ALA related businesses that manufactures and sells a 5-ALA-based interoperative diagnostic drug for brain tumors in Europe.
Following the deal, Photonamic is expected to cooperate with SBIa[euro](tm)s unit SBI Pharmaceuticals Co Ltd, a drug company engaged in 5-ALA businesses, and jointly promote the development and the adaptation of interoperative diagnostic drugs in Europe.
Leading biomedical researchers review tendon healing, continuum mixture models of biological growth, nonlinear dynamics in cardiology, robot therapy for autism, interoperative stem cell therapy, and quantitative imaging methods for measuring brain motion.