Fingertip sentence example

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  • She stopped and touched a page with her fingertip.
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  • Dave Puttnam should have done better when well-placed, while Glen Fuff produced a fingertip save from away keeper Pat Mountain.
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  • The Cardiff keeper was at full stretch to make a fingertip save from the massive striker's header early after the interval.
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  • The user moves a fingertip around a grid of raised bumps and the motion is tracked by the highlight on the screen.
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  • He looked to curl an effort into the top corner, but was denied by a terrific fingertip save by Samson.
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  • Chippy were hit by that, and Taha almost made it three, only a superb fingertip save from Harris denying them.
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  • fingertip unit measure of topical steroid.
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  • fingertip computer controls allow you to conveniently control your workout without needing to move your hands.
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  • fingertip search is used to concentration the dog's search in a small area.
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  • fingertip access to live information means we are always on top of customer service.
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  • fingertip injuries and scars and keloids.
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  • fingertip adjustment of shutter and/or aperture settings in Metered Manual operation.
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  • volar advancement flap for fingertip reconstruction.
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  • The anatomical basis of the modified volar advancement flap for fingertip reconstruction.
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  • Apply a line of darker shadow along the crease of your lid to the outer edge, then soften and blend it with your fingertip.
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  • Move your fingertip or brush in a semi-circle from the outer corner of the eye inward toward the center of the eyelid.
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  • The flesh of the salmon should be dark pink and should bounce back when pressed with a fingertip.
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  • Place the lens in the middle of your fingertip.
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  • At night, clean both sides of one lens at a time in the palm of your hand using your fingertip and a solution meant for cleaning soft lenses.
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  • If you have a fingertip of rhythm and can read, then you can play DDR or any of the other dancing games on the market.
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  • Blood drawn from a vein helps to produce a more accurate count than blood drawn from a fingertip.
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  • The child's blood oxygen level can be measured using a pulse oximeter, a sensor placed on the fingertip or earlobe.
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  • Fingertip injuries include any wounds to the area at tip of the finger.
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  • They range from a simple bruise or scrape to having the fingertip taken off.
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  • Fingertip injuries occur frequently in infants and children because hands are used to explore surroundings and play.
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  • The fingertip consists of the uppermost phalanx with surrounding muscle, tissue, nerves, and nail.
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  • A fingertip is a highly complex structure, with many specialized features, one of which is a rich network of sensory nerves.
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  • Fingertip injuries are extremely common and varied.
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  • Nails can also be torn off (nail avulsions), and the fingertip bone can be broken (fracture).
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  • Occasionally, the end of the fingertip is torn off (amputated).
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  • When portions of the fingertip are missing, the injury is described as a partial amputation.
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  • In the United States, fingertip injuries account for approximately two-thirds of hand injuries in children.
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  • Damage to the nail bed is reported to occur in 15-24 percent of fingertip injuries.
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  • Children younger than two years suffered fingertip injuries mostly inside the home.
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  • In children, fingertip injuries are the result of accidents occurring at play or in the home.
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  • They involve cuts, by glass, knives, or other sharp objects; or crushing injuries, as when the fingertip gets caught in a door or window or is hit by a hammer or rock.
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  • Without prompt and proper care, a fingertip injury can disrupt the complex function of the hand, resulting in permanent deformity and disability.
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  • Bleeding from minor fingertip cuts often stop on its own with direct pressure applied to the wound with a clean cloth.
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  • The treating physician begins a diagnosis by carefully evaluating the fingertip injury.
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  • X rays may be required either to assess alignment of fingertip phalanx fractures or to detect presence of foreign bodies.
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  • Doctors provide individualized treatment for fingertip injuries based on the nature and extent of the injury.
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  • The goal of treatment is a painless fingertip that has durable and feeling skin.
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  • A normal fingertip has sensation without pain, stable pulp padding, and an acceptable appearance.
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  • In cases of severe injury and whenever possible, the doctor will try to maintain the fingertip's length and appearance and preserve its fingernail.
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  • Fingertip injuries often require surgical treatment, usually performed with local anesthesia.
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  • Fingertip amputation: Various methods are used for amputation injuries including simple amputation of the fingertip, full or partial skin grafts, and skin flaps.
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  • Fractured phalanx: In case of fingertip bone fracture, the bone is straightened and put in a splint or cast.
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  • The outcome depends on the extent of traumatic damage to the fingertip and whether surgery is required.
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  • Small wounds to a fingertip's skin and pulp usually close on their own with complete healing within three to five weeks.
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  • The average healing time for fingertip amputation is 21-27 days.
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  • In many cases, fingertip repair surgery gives back a large degree of feeling and function.
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  • Mild to severe pain and sensitivity to cold following treatment for a fingertip amputation sometimes occur.
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  • Parents should be aware that recovery from a serious fingertip injury may take months and require hand therapy.
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  • Libetta. "Reimplantation of the nail root in fingertip crush injuries in children."
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  • Jaeger. "Repositioning and flap placement in fingertip injuries."
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  • "Hand and fingertip injuries in children."
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  • "Fingertip Injuries." eMedicine, November 4, 2004.
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  • For two minutes, the child or parent applies gentle fingertip pressure to a point about 2.5 in (14 cm) below the navel.
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  • Pulse oximetry uses a sensor placed on the earlobe or fingertip to measure the amount of oxygen in the blood.
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  • Longer models may be more comfortable for some users, while fingertip models are smaller, more discreet, and may be easier for some individuals to use.
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  • The DC24 includes ergonomic fingertip controls as well as an adjustable handle and 20-foot cord.
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  • In the steamed up mirror, a fingertip had scratched the terrible words "HELP ME".
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  • The scanner reads 40 points of information on a person's fingertip, encrypting and storing this information.
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  • Purchases are made by merely scanning a fingertip and keying in an ID code into the processor.
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  • Straight sleeves that are extra long are fingertip sleeves.
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  • Initially, a few drops from a fingertip of a volunteer would suffice, but as Audrey II grows, he wants more and more.
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