SSG

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AcronymDefinition
SSGStaff Sergeant
SSGStrategic Studies Group
SSGSpecial Services Group (Sprint)
SSGSabah State Government (Malaysia)
SSGSoftware Systems Group
SSGSecure Services Gateway
SSGShares Services Group
SSGSoftware Solutions Group
SSGService Selection Gateway
SSGSpecial Service Group (Pakistan Army)
SSGSpecial Situations Group (various organizations)
SSGStock Selection Guide (NAIC)
SSGStrategic Sourcing Group (US FEMA)
SSGShark Specialist Group
SSGStandard Systems Group
SSGGuided Missile Submarine
SSGSpecial Study Group
SSGScientific Steering Group
SSGSärskilda Skyddsgruppen (Swedish Army Special Forces)
SSGSesame Street Gang (TV show)
SSGScandinavian Sarcoma Group
SSGSuper Simple Guide
SSGStrategic Standardization Group (est. 2008)
SSGSuper Shotgun (Quake/gaming)
SSGSenior Steering Group
SSGSteady State Gain
SSGStone Soup Group (Anchorage, AK)
SSGSplit Skin Graft
SSGStructural Silicone Glazing (engineering)
SSGSupreme Student Government (various locations)
SSGMalabo, Equatorial Guinea - Santa Isabel (Airport Code)
SSGStudent Support Group
SSGSoil Screening Guidance (US EPA)
SSGSpace Systems Group
SSGSunwin Services Group (UK)
SSGSuper, Smashing, Great
SSGSoftware Support Group
SSGSouthern Strategy Group
SSGScandinavian Shipping Gazette (maritime industry publication)
SSGStupid Sales Guy
SSGSidewall Sample Gun (energy exploration)
SSGSpecial Surveillance Group (FBI counter-intelligence unit)
SSGShowa Specialty Gas (Taiwan)
SSGSymbolic Stream Generator (Unisys)
SSGSensor Systems Group, Inc.
SSGSimple Stochastic Game
SSGSelf-Shrinking Generator
SSGSociété de Serrurerie Générale (French: General Locksmith Company; est. 1948)
SSGSignaling Server Global (Alcatel)
SSGSvastikos Sukites Greitai (Lithuanian band)
SSGSaginaw Steering Gear
SSGStandard Specific Gravity
SSGSalveson Stetson Group, Inc (executive search firm)
SSGCruise Missile Attack Submarine
SSGSouth Shore Gunite (SSGpools.com)
SSGSociété Spéléologique Genevoise (French: Geneva Speleological Society; Switzerland)
SSGSS7 Signaling Gateway
SSGSubscriber Service Gateway
SSGSecretary to the State Governor
SSGSonority Sequencing Generalization
SSGStatic Synchronous Generator
SSGScientific Staffs Group
SSGSynthetic Signature Generator
SSGStored Serialization Graph
SSGSociété des Services Généraux (French: General Services Corporation; Tunisia)
SSGSecondary Sound Channel
SSGSolar Steam Generator (energy)
SSGServicing Scenario Generator
SSGSystem Safety/Security Group
SSGShallow Sound Channel
SSGSingular Shunt Ground
SSGStatistical Sciences Group
SSGService Selection Gateway(s) (Cisco)
SSGSwitching and Security Group (Sprint)
SSGStation Support Group
SSGSales and Service Group
SSGSignal Structure Group
SSGScienze dei Servizi Giuridici
SSGStandard Sub-Gridding
SSGSingle Sideband Gain (electricity)
SSGSafety Siping and Grooving Co.
SSGSummit Security Group (Canada)
References in periodicals archive ?
The wound was dressed everyday and once there was healthy granulation a split skin graft (SSG) was done after which the wound healed well.
There were 653 non-obstetric operations including 58 orthopaedic reductions and amputations, 68 ophthalmology operations, 11 laparotomies, 1 split skin graft, 1 abdominal wall hernia repair and 537 miscellaneous operations.
Release of oral submucous fibrosis and reconstruction using superficial temporal fascia flap and split skin graft - a new technique.
The split skin graft may also need expansion with meshing in extensive burns.
Our study aims to evaluate the efficacy of anaesthetic effect and safety provided by application of topical anaesthetic cream 5% EMLA for harvesting split skin graft and to compare the results of EMLA with or without sedative analgesic premedication in terms of final success rate and changes in the vital parameters.
The split skin graft has been performed in 4 of our patients (8%).
She was posted for McIndoe vaginoplasty using a split skin graft followed by mould made of dental wax in neovagina.
Regional anesthesia is not often used for harvesting of split skin graft because of the unpredictable area of full anesthesia.
Split skin grafts (SSG) were applied onto the wounds distally to the dermal template, where granulation tissue was already developing, and silver-based dressings plus NPWT covered both grafts and DRT.
Charles procedure was first described in 1912 with radical excision of all affected skin and subcutaneous tissues down to deep fascia and coverage using split skin grafts harvested from the specimen in patients with lymphedema.
VAC dressing produces more split skin grafts before discharge and less rate of amputation.