What is self retained?
Self-Insured Retention (SIR) — a dollar amount specified in a liability insurance policy that must be paid by the insured before the insurance policy will respond to a loss.
What is a self-retaining retractor?
Self-Retaining Retractors. Self-retaining retractors have locking mechanisms that keep the blades apart and in place while spreading the edges of the incision and holding other tissue in place, thus freeing the surgeon’s and assistant’s hands for other tasks.
Which is self-retaining instrument?
Retractors are used to hold an incision or wound open while a surgeon works. The retractor could also be used to hold tissues or organs out of the way during a surgery. Self-retaining retractors allow hands free operation during a surgery.
Is a Gelpi retractor self-retaining?
Gelpi Retractors are self-retaining retractors that hold back organs and tissues firmly while allowing the surgeon to be free from handling efforts during an incision. This is partly related to a locking mechanism, a sliding device mounted on the surface of the surgical instrument.
What subrogation means?
Subrogation allows your insurer to recoup costs (medical payments, repairs, etc.), including your deductible, from the at-fault driver’s insurance company, if the accident wasn’t your fault. A successful subrogation means a refund for you and your insurer.
What is a claim retention?
This is the amount of money that you are required to pay, per claim, before the insurance company will start paying. The carrier is asking you to “retain” some of the risk in the form of a small amount of self-insurance. The amount they ask you to retain depends on who you are and what insurance you’re buying.
What is the self retaining retractor used in vaginal procedures?
A self-retaining retractor designed for the performance of vaginal operations reduces the physical effort by the assistant, improves the assistant’s efficiency, and provides adequate, continuous exposure. In most instances, it eliminates the need for a second assistant.
What is a self retaining catheter?
(self’rē-tān’ing kath’ĕ-tĕr) A catheter so constructed that it remains in urethra and bladder until removed, e.g., indwelling catheter, Foley catheter.
What is another word for subrogation?
commutation, exchange, substitution.