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dynamic compression

The ability to compress and decompress data in real time; for example, as it is being written to or read from disk or as it is being received or transmitted via a communications channel. See dynamic.
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Effect of bending direction on the mechanical behaviour of 3.5 mm String-of-Pearls and Limited Contact Dynamic Compression Plate constructs.
(22) This could be a serious problem in the case of dynamic compression plate use and could discourage surgeons from the use of plate osteosynthesis in birds.
The dynamic compression plate either of 6 hole (two animals) (Fig.
Fang, "Dynamic compression and co-culture with nucleus pulposus cells promotes proliferation and differentiation of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells," Journal of Biomechanics, vol.
Wu, "A dynamic compression scheme for energy-efficient real-time wireless electrocardiogram biosensors," IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, vol.
The system has dynamic compression devises for recovery and rehab used worldwide for rapid recovery for the world's elite athletes, coaches and trainers.
The group then moved to the workshop area where the participants were given the hands on chance to practice lag screw fixation and dynamic compression plating.
This study examines the dynamic compression and thermo-physical properties of some wood particles obtained from Akure, south local government area, Ondo State, South Western Nigeria.
Each of these effects was determined in materials tests, and the dynamic compression load characteristics of the materials under these conditions were studied.
The inferred reason for that difference is that human bone is exposed to dynamic compression in normal life.
Internal fixation was achieved by using locking compression plate (10 patients), 3.5 mm recon plate (4 patients) and limited contact dynamic compression plate (2 patients).

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