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immobilize

[i′mō·bə‚līz]
(medicine)
To render motionless or to fix in place, as by splints or surgery.
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After continuous demand requests and to capitalize on our 1.3L segment, IMC is pleased to announce the introduction of 1.3L XLi Automatic.' New 1.3L XLi Automatic is featured with 4 speed automatic, dual SRS airbags, immobilizer, LED clearance lamps, side view mirrors with turn signals.
New 1.3L XLi Automatic is featured with 4 speed automatic (super electronic controlled transmission), dual SRS airbags, immobilizer, LED clearance lamps, side view mirrors with turn signals.
Based on system type, it is segmented into alarm, immobilizer, remote keyless entry (RKE), and central locking system.
The engine immobilizer, meanwhile, shuts down the engine through certain commands on a cell phone linked to the device.
A desirable ET tube immobilizer should minimize selfextubation while also minimizing physical injury at the points of attachment to the face and neck.
Physical Interface (3) (Button, Touch, etc.) Class Immobilizer Battlery/ Remote Remote Accessories (1) Recharge (2) Start Entry Basic x - - - - RKE (std.) x x/ x - - RKE (ext.) x x/x x - x PE (std.) x x/x x x x PE (ext.) x x/x x x x Class Passive Personalization Settings Time/Data Logging (Entry/Go) In Fob (4) Basic - x x RKE (std.) - x RKE (ext.) - x x PE (std.) x/x x PE (ext.) x/x x x (1) Immobilizer support includes secure fob and vehicle authentication via the LF Field using an integrated LF transponder.
Since immobilizer devices are part of nearly all Remote Keyless Entry/ Passive Entry Go systems today, interoperability between IC suppliers and true peer-reviewing of the achieved security strength becomes extremely important.
Interestingly, the truck had been equipped with an immobilizer, and all the keys were accounted for.
When it was brought back to the group, it was discovered that the order instructing the nurses to "remove the immobilizer cast daily to change the dressing" had not been followed.
Features include air conditioning, driver and passenger airbags, central door locking and electronic immobilizer, roof rails, colour keyed bumpers and a CD player.
A desirable ET tube immobilizer should minimize self-extubation while also minimizing physical injury at the points of attachment to the face and neck.
That would still make the "blister" you described a pressure ulcer because pressure can be exerted from multiple sources: a shoe rubbing on the skin; shear when the resident constantly moves in bed; a splint, cast, or immobilizer; etc.