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grasp

[grasp]
(industrial engineering)
A basic element (therblig) in time-motion study; a useful element that accomplishes work.
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the deity Kumara as opposed to the Grasper Kumara) who possesses (engages in) child's play, that god was born from Rudra and Agni.
Designed to fill the need for a low-cost, easy-to-use spool grasper (handler), the Model 476 steel cord spool grasper is said to incorporate few components and requires minimal maintenance.
We knew Grasper was something different and very special," says Peel, recalling the initial find.
Of course, nothing is 100% fail-safe, but the grasper is designed to retain its grip in event of power or air pressure failure.
The instrument's dual-action jaw can be used as a dissector or grasper, minimizing instrument exchanges and improving efficiency in the operating room.
Contract awarded for Laparoscopic grasper, dissector curve, curve scissors, circular mechanical stapling instrument.
I perform dissection with the fenestrated bipolar grasper in arm 1 and the monopolar cautery hook in arm 2.
Standard laparoscopic equipment includes long instruments (hook, grasper, and scissor), a hook with attached light cable, a rigid endoscope (5-10 mm), and a standard endoscopic tower (camera, light source, and monitor).
The equipment includes straps and a five-foot grasper which is like a lasso to capture dangerous dogs without getting hurt.
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The ability to use the same, smaller trocar for all tools - camera, grasper, energy devices, and stapler -- represents a game-changing advance in minimally-invasive surgery, where we achieve the same surgical outcome but improve patient outcome by using the five-millimeter stapler to further reduce the risk of infection and pain associated with any surgical procedures.
This allows for insertion of the active instrument underneath both the camera and grasper and directly toward the tissue to be incised.