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Button

A link to a file on a computer represented by a place the user can click with a mouse. A button may open a program, a directory or almost anything else contained in the computer. It may or may not be positioned on the desktop.
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Hemodialysis patients' experience with and attitudes toward buttonhole technique for arteriovenous fistula cannulation.
Ademas, falta informacion relevante para la comprension de la tecnica en su totalidad, como por ejemplo, el tiempo empleado para el desarrollo del tunel subcutaneo del buttonhole o el numero de enfermeras que participaron.
Sew the edges of the slit using buttonhole or blanket stitch to keep the fabric from unravelling.
The first paper, "History of the Buttonhole Technique" was comprehensively written by Misra (pp.
According to the company, the combination of single site and buttonhole access is designed to provide patient comfort during needle insertion and dialysis treatment, as well as preservation of the patient's vascular access.
Officers wore uniforms of fine or superfine quality; dyed with expensive dyes, and decorated with taped buttonholes in wool tape, or silver as befit their rank.
But unlike her grandmother, Marjorie seldom wore a buttonhole.
It took only 4,000 years but the marriage of button and buttonhole was consummated.
While the previous study on buttonhole technique is clearly focused on improving vascular access care for patients on hemodialysis, Sharon White and Angela Vinet from the London Health Sciences Centre have focused their study on demonstrating how they tried to improve outcomes for patients on peritoneal dialysis (PD).
Anyone who tries, unasked, to buttonhole HM or the Duke would be shot.
It can hold keys and hook onto a lab coat buttonhole.
Otherwise the Brother's 10 stitches and four-step buttonhole are good, as are the instructions.