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In a study based on research carried out at the University of Bonn, Electrolux have calculated that if all the households in the UK who are currently washing by hand switch to dishwashers they would save 125,110,311,970 litres of water a year, enough to fill Wembley Stadium 110 times over.
DFine's remote hand switch allows optimized cement delivery from up to 10 feet away from the radiation source, while other vertebral augmentation procedures frequently bring the physician's hands very close (<24 inches) to the primary area of exposure.
The hand switch takes time to get right, but all I'm doing is slipping one hand up the bat and moving the other round.
Recent design reviews for medical applications include: -- PIU control board for diagnostic medical imaging in heart catheters -- dental x-ray control panel -- medical laser using double-pole capability of PushGate(R) -- MRI right hand and left hand switch panels -- controls for diagnostic equipment -- portable respiratory equipment -- ultrasound, two different panels