Definition of Immobilizations
1. immobilization [n] - See also: immobilization
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Literary usage of Immobilizations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Details of Military Medical Administration by Joseph Herbert Ford (1918)
"The treatment to be given here consists mainly in the readjustment or replacement of bandages and dressings; immobilizations of fractures; ..."
2. Methodist Magazine and Review by Methodist Church (Canada (1905)
"Doubtless these immobilizations or movements of muscles of the body, changes of position, etc., help to increase the supply of blood to the brain and thus ..."
3. Psychiatric-neurologic Examination Methods: With Special Reference to the by August Wimmer (1919)
"... or long-continued immobilizations, (inactivity atrophy). Muscular atrophy is detected (a) by inspection (disappearance of the normal muscle outlines, ..."