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Binder

An amount of money paid to indicate good faith in a transaction before the transaction is completed.

Earnest Money

A small amount of money that a seller requires a potential buyer to deposit before a transaction is completed. Earnest money ensures that the potential buyer is serious about the transaction and will be likely to complete it when the time comes. If the buyer subsequently withdraws from the deal, he/she usually forfeits the earnest money. It is common in real estate and securities (where it is usually called a good faith deposit). Earnest money reduces the risk to the seller. It is also called a binder.

binder

(1) Money given as earnest money for an oral contract to purchase real estate, to bind the parties until such time as they can complete the necessary written contract. (2) A written instrument giving immediate casualty coverage for property, even though the insured may not have paid a premium or received a policy.(3) A temporary contract of title insurance in which the insurer agrees to issue a final policy if certain exceptions, such as prior mortgage liens, are removed at or before closing.

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Abdominal binder was used to control the bleeding and reduce the need for further intervention.
Abdominal binder was also applied to reverse shock and keep the patient stable vitally.
An abdominal binder was placed under the lower part of the woman's back.
Larson C, Ratzer E, Davis-Merritt D, Clark J (2009) The effect of abdominal binders on postoperative pulmonary function.
Rothman JP, Gunnarsson U, Bisgaard T (2014) Abdominal binders may reduce pain and improve physical function after major abdominal surgery - a systematic review.
Patients from four months to 17 years after injury were studied while in the sitting position without an abdominal binder.
The abdominal binder combined with FES produced increased expiratory pressure consistent with an improved cough[44] and increased peak expiratory flow,[69] however, manual thrusts generated the greatest peak expiratory cough flows.
The use of abdominal binders reduced seromas significantly.
Products featured at DocOrtho include knee, elbow, ankle, wrist and back braces, abdominal binders, chest and rib belts, and hernia, maternity, posture, shoulder supports.
London, Dec 20 (ANI): Abdominal binders, elasticized wraps that are applied around the lower part of the torso to support the abdomen, may endanger women's lives, say experts.
Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has warned that abdominal binders such as the Cinch can do more harm than good, reports The Independent.