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Transcatheter MAPCA coiling can be successfully performed in TOF patients in pre operative and post operative period.
Off-line coiling separates the production of finished coils from the extrusion process meaning less downtime, lower waste and lower labour costs per coil.
Speight and Toki (2004;10) report that the tendency of a pot to collapse might have made early pottery makers to devise "the coiling method in which the potter built-up the wall by adding rolls of clay one at a time, usually waiting for the lower ones to stiffen".
"Optimized risk-factor management prior to coiling may help decrease the occurrence of postcoiling headache.
At a symposium at a meeting sponsored by the American Society of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology held in Oahu, Hawaii, John Chaloupka, M.D., of the University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City reported only 16% of 232 patients required retreatment within 6 months after coiling with Matrix (Boston Scientific) coils, which declined to 7% in those who also received adjunctive stenting.
A new drum coiling and curing system for PEX pipe is said to reduce labor cost dramatically and raise production rate.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Abnormal cord coiling should be quantified, Dr.
Employing ancient coiling techniques and long-leaf pine needles, this art form has remained virtually the same for thousands of years.
Continue coiling braid to make 4- to 5-inch-high sides, but now stack coils flat.
Having continually developed its high-speed coiling systems to reach over 200 m/min and be capable of automatically adding stretch film, PP straps or adhesive tape to secure coils or spools of pipe, the obvious next step was to provide automated labelling, palletising and pallet wrapping.