antishock

antishock

(ˌæntɪˈʃɒk)
adj
1. Also: antishocks designed to reduce the force of impact
2. (Military) military (of trousers) used to treat blood loss or fractures in wounded military personnel
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It can be noticed that the responses of the chest, head, and lumbar spine are a little larger after the antishock seat mounted on B cab, compared with the normal seat on B cab.
(5) Therefore, mechanical devices such as the abdominal aortic tourniquet (AAT) and the nonpneumatic antishock garment (NASG) have been developed to aid in providing continuous abdominal compression.
Lower-extremity compartment syndromes associated with use of pneumatic antishock garments.
'It's very classic and elegant but, at its core, it is a Seamaster with antishock tech and water-resistance features.
Kuffer, "The antishock pelvic clamp," Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, vol.
He considers, for example, bone density analysis, antishock garments, and pacemakers in determining his overall thesis: while actual spinoff status is debatable for some medical advancements, the overarching public curiosity derived from such claims far outweighs the semantics of what constitutes a spinoff.
In clinic, there are a variety of treatment methods, including anti-infection, antishock, surgery, and other comprehensive treatment schemes in view of local biliary diseases, but the effect is still unsatisfactory.
Otherwise, antishock therapy should be performed according to the guidelines, and then they were included until they met the inclusion criteria.
Military antishock trousers (MAST), pelvic straps, patching, and packing have been widely used in pelvic fracture patients to control bleeding.
PATH says it collaborated with a university, another global non-profit focused on reproductive health, and a product supplier to develop an antishock garment that "evolved from a technology originally developed by NASA for use on the space station."