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variability

a characteristic of SERVICES, namely that being delivered by people, the standard of their performance is open to variation.
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Heart rate variability in normal sleeping full-term and preterm neonates.
Summary statistics for frequency domain, time domain, and nonlinear heart rate variability across the two heart rate groups Mean value [+ or -] standard deviation Normal HR Bradycardia HR Parameter (n = 43) (n = 25) Frequency domain analysis Total power 1817 [+ or -] 1460 2411 [+ or -] 1724 HF 367 [+ or -] 530 401 [+ or -] 290 LF 448 [+ or -] 404 621 [+ or -] 572 HF ln 5.
Heart rate variability was analyzed in the time and frequency domains with the use of Nevrokard HRV software (version 10.
The heart rate variability analysis: The R-R intervals were detected using telemetric diagnostic system VarCor PF6 (Dimea, Olomouc, Czech Republic).
This provocative article explores the concepts of the heart waves and heart rate variability as indicators of health and disease and proposes a route to increase the fractal complexity and hence health, of human physiologic systems.
The fourth parameter, heart rate variability, caters to the assessment of an individual's autonomic nervous system, detecting levels of stress for wellness management.
While this sounds like "fancy" technology, there are applications that can be installed on many smartphones that use the camera lens to read changes in blood volume in the fingertip and monitor the rate of variance of the pulse, giving an indication of heart rate variability (HRV).
Heart rate variability (HRV) signal analysis; clinical applications.
Our aims were to investigate the immediate effect of myofascial release on heart rate variability and mood state, and the influence of attitude towards massage in breast cancer survivors with cancer-related fatigue.
CHICAGO -- Traditional acupuncture improves heart rate variability, and it may prove to reduce the risk of sudden death for patients with established coronary heart disease, a pilot study suggests.