knifeless

knifeless

(ˈnaɪfləs)
adj
without a knife
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Being a knifeless non-invasive procedure (treatment with patient in senses) with sub-mm precision means there is no need for anaesthesia, no need for blood transfusions and no risk for any infections.
Providing products packaged in new formats that offer easy, knifeless opening can help get meat from the store or the fridge to the grill more quickly-and can cut down on cleanup because fewer knives and utensils touch raw product, saving valuable time after the meal.
Retailers can benefit from the features that the Marinade on Demand package offers consumers, including no-mess preparation or cleanup, knifeless opening, leakproof packaging, flexible portion sizes, extended shelf life, and restaurant-quality products in a variety of marinade choices.
Another great benefit of the knifeless Novalis Tx treatment over open brain surgery is the incredibly reduced recovery times for patients.
A KNIFELESS obesity operation could save the NHS millions of pounds.
This new packaging material--in combination with vacuum packaging and heat seal closure of shrink bags--can provide enhanced protection to frozen meats, whether for domestic or export trade, and with knifeless opening of the bag.
Although the people are faceless, together they seek expert advice about the knifeless, radiosurgical procedure that treats brain tumors and other brain disorders.
Some of these new tools, such as 3-D modeling, computer-assisted navigation, brain mapping and knifeless radiosurgery are being wielded by Saint Thomas Health Services' neurosurgeons.
Easily opened by pulling a tab, the Cryovac Grip and Tear([R]) bag's knifeless design eliminates the mess created by opening some bags, and keeps fingers, counters and utensils clean.