|Date:||Sat, 20 Jan 2007 00:16:43 -0600|
|From:||"ESCO automatic digest system" <LISTSERV@LISTSERV.UIC.EDU>|
|Subject:||ESCO Digest - 17 Jan 2007 to 19 Jan 2007 (#2007-9)|
There are 3 messages totalling 264 lines in this issue.
Topics of the day:
1. Re MEAW
2. Dr. Sato MEAW Course
|Date:||Fri, 19 Jan 2007 09:01:02 -0500|
|From:||"blair adams" <adams.blair@GMAIL.COM>|
Gentlemen; (are there no ladies in the group?) Re MEAW; What a wonderful thing it is for a patient to show up with a broken MEAW wire at a busy time of the day. A few years ago at the AAO annual meeting Korean residents were showing several table clinics on getting the same results using 18 x 25 NiTi curved wires with the upper as accentated curve and the lower as reverse curve. This works well and is MUCH less hassle. I always see the patient at short intervals to ensure thay are actually wearing the anterior elastics as needed, since if not; disaster. Had a patient who was going along well & then was hospitalized; elastics were impossible; yikes.
|Date:||Thu, 18 Jan 2007 12:03:51 EST|
|Subject:||Dr. Sato MEAW Course|
In a message dated 1/18/2007 1:20:14 AM Eastern Standard Time, LISTSERV@LISTSERV.UIC.EDU writes: It's amazing to know you have been using MEAW Technique since 26 years. This technique sounds very interesting and I would like to know more about the courses held and how could I get one of those DVD's you mentioned for the MEAW course.
|Date:||Thu, 18 Jan 2007 11:53:05 EST|
To answer the MEAW mechanics question, this is from: A study of Regional deflection rate of MEAW