salvage procedure


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salvage procedure

[′sal·vij prə‚sē·jər]
(engineering)
The recovery, evacuation, and reclamation of damaged, discarded, condemned, or abandoned material, ships, craft, and floating equipment for reuse, repair, refabrication, or scrapping.
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In these patients stable osteosynthesis was not possible therefore elbow arthodesis with external fixator in functional position was selected as salvage procedure.
Therefore, this method should be provided to patients as a salvage procedure, not as the first choice for revision surgery.
The malleable implant salvage technique: infection outcomes after mulcahy salvage procedure and replacement of infected inflatable penile prosthesis with malleable prosthesis," The Journal of Urology, 2015.
1,2 Our study indicated endoprosthetic replacement is an effective salvage procedure for failed internal fixation of intertrochanteric fracture in elderly patients, and this method would gain
Pedicled omental transplantation for end stage Buerger's disease as a limb salvage procedure.
This raises the important potential role of facial transplant as a salvage procedure in cases in which other operations are unavailable and/or suboptimal.
A longer follow-up period should [confirm] the efficacy of the microvascular salvage procedure, however, a high degree of success can be achieved with strict patient selection and guidelines," he noted.
Although a longer follow-up period should [confirm] the efficacy of the microvascular salvage procedure, a high degree of success can be achieved with strict patient selection and guidelines.
Her course was complicated by poor response to chemotherapy, and a limb salvage procedure was performed 3 months after diagnosis.
A blood reservoir is required for every cell salvage procedure
Some patients undergo an arduous unproductive course of treatment in which the level of disability related to long bone fracture nonunion can counterbalance the benefits of limb salvage procedure.