Stapler


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stapler

[′stā·plər]
(engineering)
A device for inserting wire staples into paper or wood.
A hammer for inserting staples.

Stapler

A device for applying staples; may be mechanical or air operated which is more capable of driving staples into hard materials at a high rate of speed.

stapler

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No stapled papers staplers or staples are allowed within these food processing areas.
STATISTICAL METHODS: The basic parameters of two categories like age, gender, weight, presence or absence of co-morbid conditions, haemoglobin, Serum proteins, malignant or benign condition are compared to assess the comparability of the two groups (hand sewn and stapler).The Outcome factors in two categories in all three groups are compared.
The Proximate[R] RH Skin Stapler features a 360-degree rotating head, a clear cartridge, and a tapered instrument design for visibility and access.
The key factors bolstering the market growth are increasing adoption of minimally invasive procedures and paradigm shift towards surgical stapler over traditional sutures.
Surgical staplers and staples may be indicated for use in a wide range of surgical applications, including gastrointestinal, gynecologic, and thoracic surgeries to remove part of an organ, to cut through organs and tissues, and to create connections between structures.
While no such measurement was done in our study, hemorrhage was detected in one patient on whom we used a stapler, but no leakage was observed when the stapler line was examined by laparotomy.
Majority of the patients, 66.7% are males in hand-sewn group and 100% in stapler group.
New techniques of gastrointestinal anastomosis with the EEA stapler. Ann Surg.1979;189:587-600.
The aim of this study was to compare outcomes within the APBP between the 3.5 mm and 4.8 mm stapler heights used to fashion the GJ during LRYGB.
Group B: The circular mechanical stapler (EEA(tm) 21 mm and 25 mm Single-Use Stapler, (Ethicon(r), Johnson and Johnson, Pakistan) of 21 and 25 mm in diameter was used to generate end-to-end intestinal anastomosis (Martel and Boushey, 2007).
Surgical staplers are routinely used in the United States in more than one million minimally invasive or robotically assisted laparoscopic surgical procedures annually.
Fifty-six patients who underwent the stapler technique were followed up 1 year after circumcision.