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MLS fans are predisposed to pain but Paulo needing to be replaced here would be quite a blow at this stage. The likely replacement would be 16-year-old Obed Vargas. If they also make a sub here, it would be the second sub window already used.
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I always used to get the popup window asking if I wanted to save or open the torrent file even thought I had checked always do this. It would open utorrent so I could download the file. By accident I clicked to download and the box to do this everytime was checked. Now I cant get it back to the way it used to be. I tried clicking on the box that says auto open the program window and to start the download automatically and nothing seems to help. Now it downloads the torrent file instead of just opening it in utorrent. How can I fix this please?
Thanks, but that didnt work. All that happens now when I click a torrent to download is that it automatically saves the torrent file and my downloads window pops up in firefox. Then I have to manually double click it in order for Utorrent to add it. I tried clicking and unclicking, applying, just clicking 1 and nothing works. It never worked this well the way I wanted to before cuz it would always open up that window asking if I wanted to save or open, but now I cant get that option back and its a real pain.
Yes I have associate with .torrent selected. It cant be an issue with my browser because it was working fine until I accidently selected to download instead of open torrent files and always do this was checked as well so its always saving instead of opening the file in utorrent.
tools,options,applications,scroll down to "torrent files"and click on "torrent files", click the down arrow which now appears and click on "save file" click ok. This will download and save the torrent to your download folder. If you need to know where this download folder is, tools options,general, and you will see the folder next to "save files to". click browse to familiarise yourself with it's location.
options,preferences,directories, tick the box next to "automatically load torrents from" then click the box to the right with the 3 dots in it and browse to your download folder which you familiarised yourself with earlier. To keep your download folder tidy and uncluttered with torrent files which you don't now need, check the box next to "delete loaded torrents". click "apply" at the bottom and click "OK" at the bottom.
I wasn't happy not seeing anything on the screen when I pressed the "dowload torrent" button on the torrent site and had to go and check it was in Utorrent by opening Utorrent, thus still clicking away as many times as I have done for many years, so in Firefox..... tools,options, general (at the top), tick the box next to "show the downloads window when downloading a file" and tick the box next to "close it when all the downloads are finished". Because the torrent file is very small the window will just flash on the screen. It does mean however that when you download other files from other sites on t'internet you need to go and open the download folder to retrieve it but I'll suck it and see. I'm so excited I could crush a grape!!!
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Regardless of technique, adequate anesthesia must be established because harvesting of skin grafts is a painful procedure. Lidocaine with epinephrine injected at the donor site may reduce blood loss and provide greater tissue turgor that assists in harvesting.
Once the recipient site has been prepared, the graft may be placed over the wound bed. Placing the dermal, typically white or lighter color, side down is important. Take care to prevent wrinkling or excessive stretching of the graft. The graft must then be secured in place to provide stability during initial adherence and healing. This is most often accomplished by suturing the graft to the surrounding wound bed. Avoid using staples because they are painful to remove and may disrupt graft adherence to the wound when removed at approximately 7 days postoperatively. Absorbable sutures, such as 5-0 fast absorbing gut, are preferable because they do not require removal.
Graft adherence is maximal during the first 8 hours postgrafting, but the initial dressing should be left in place for 3-7 days unless pain, odor, discharge, or other signs of complications exist. When removing dressings, moisten them with saline to reduce adherence to the graft. The dressing may then be carefully removed to prevent lifting the graft off of the underlying wound bed. Treat hematomas or seromas encountered at dressing change by making a small incision over the collection and expressing the underlying contents. Rolling the fluid out from under the edge of the graft is not recommended because it disrupts adherence of the entire graft, not just the area of hematoma or seroma formation.
The donor site must also be dressed appropriately at the conclusion of the operation.  A variety of dressing options exists for STSGs donor sites. After hemostasis has been achieved, apply a dressing with application of moist gauze containing epinephrine solution. (A literature review by Brown and Holloway indicated that with regard to dressings at STSG donor sites, healing rates and pain reduction are greater with moist products than with nonmoist ones.  )
The ideal donor site dressing should be one that promotes rapid reepithelialization, causes little pain, requires little care, is inexpensive, and has a low rate of infection.  Options include occlusive dressings (DuoDerm), semiocclusive dressings (Op-Site, Tegaderm), [29, 30] semiopen dressings (Vaseline gauze, Xeroform, scarlet red), and no dressing. 
Multiple new synthetic dressings have recently been studied in comparison to the standard Vaseline gauze dressing for promotion of reepithelialization. Examples include Veloderm (hemicellulose dressing) and Biobrane (semipermeable silicone film with imbedded porcine collagen thread). A randomized controlled trial in 2012 demonstrated significantly improved healing times, pain, and exudate scores in the Veloderm group. There was also a significantly lower need for dressing changes when compared with the Vaseline gauze group. 
In general, most studies show that semiocclusive dressings are superior to occlusive or open dressings. These products have been shown to have the fastest healing rates  (average of 9 days to re-epithelialization),  lowest subjective pain scores, lowest infection rates (3%) and are among the lowest in cost. They have the advantage of being transparent, which allows ongoing inspection of the site while maintaining sterility. Fluid collects under these materials, which promotes moist wound healing and probably accounts for the more rapid healing rates and decreased subjective pain scores. Remove the dressing and use another technique if the fluid becomes cloudy or otherwise suggestive of infection. If the fluid accumulation is significant enough that the covering appears tight and likely to rupture, the fluid may be withdrawn with a sterile needle and a patch of similar material may be used to close the needle-stick site.