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expander

[ik′spand·ər]
(electronics)
A transducer that, for a given input amplitude range, produces a larger output range.
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BIOCELL[R] saline-filled and silicone-filled textured breast implants and tissue expanders will no longer be distributed or sold in any market where they are currently available.
The company said that effective immediately, the Biocell implants and tissue expanders should not be used.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-April 3, 2019-Quad port expander from Diodes provides BoM savings
Techspec DA broadband beam expanders are available in high and low power models with 2x and 3x magnifications.
Based on these observations, we present a report of four pilot cases on preaugmentation soft tissue expansion, utilizing Osmed[R] expanders (Osmed GmbH, Ilmenau, Germany), to gain insight into the safety and effectiveness of this approach.
(IDT) (NASDAQ: IDTI) today introduced a new flash memory expander that allows customers to easily increase solid state drive (SSD) memory at a significantly lower cost.
The use of onboard gas as the expansion medium eliminates the need for saline bolus injections that are required for conventional tissue expanders. The dosage controller uses a transmitter operating at 13.56 megahertz (MHz) to both power and control the valve, allowing the surgeon and patient to control expansion non-invasively.
Rankine cycles [4] have been widely used in both prime movers and bottoming cycle expanders. The reciprocating Rankine cycle has been used in locomotives, ships, and stationary engines.
The development of tissue expanders by Radovan created new possibilities in immediate and delayed reconstructions, however, and the popularity of single-stage reconstruction with implants was overridden by two-stage reconstructions in the 1980s [11,12].
1) or plastic cosmetic implants or tissue expanders or settings (1 Unit)
Due to the lack of commercial micro-turbine expanders, most researchers used their in-house specifically designed turbine to test their RC system [42, 52].
If the size of the defect exceeded 25% of the total hair bearing scalp, it was decided to use multiple tissue expanders.