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Window

A brokerage firm's cashier department, where delivery of securities and settlement of transactions take place.

Window

1. A physical place at a bank or brokerage where a customer goes to receive services. For example, a client may approach a window at a bank to deposit a check or make a withdrawal. Likewise, a client goes to a window at a brokerage to settle an account or deliver and receive securities.

2. A time during which it would be advantageous to conduct a certain transaction. For example, an investor has a window in which to make a profit on a security by buying while the price tends to rise and selling when it tends to fall.

window

A period of time during which an action can be expected to generate a successful result. For example, underwriters may have a window for corporate debt issues sandwiched between two periods of heavy U.S. Treasury offerings.
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6 y/F 272 Yes, 35 mm Hg Blind paracentesis 11 mo/M 220 No Pericardial window, bilat chest tubes, 'ini-laparotomy' 13 y/M 334 No Laparotomy 4 mo/F (1) 500 Yes, 120 mmHg None 2 y/F (2) Not specified No Peritoneal dialysis catheter placement Age/ Outcome gender 6 y/F Not supportable by ECLS-died 11 mo/M Not supportable by ECLS-died 13 y/M Supportable by ECLS, but severe ABI-died 4 mo/F (1) Not supportable by ECLS-died 2 y/F (2) Survived ECLS=extracorporeal life support, VA=venoarterial, VV=venovenous, ACS=abdominal compartment syndrome, RVOT=right ventricular outflow tract, BT=Blalock-Taussig, PNA=pneumonia, MRSA=methiciRin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, ABI=anoxic brain injury, CT=computed tomography.
6 Hemopericardium Pericardiocentesis with pericardial window, FFP, vitamin k Case 2 >8.
The University Hospital Gasthuisberg Leuven announced the completion of the world's first robotically assisted pericardial window procedure.
Thoracoscopic pleuropericardial window has been popularized as a way to drain different types of pericardial effusion, with the advantage of better exposure than the traditional subxiphoid pericardial window, but without the morbidity associated with an open thoracotomy.
3) Less invasive procedures to obtain cardiac tissue for cytologic examination are available, including mediastinoscopy, endomyocardial transvenous biopsy, thoracoscopic pericardial window, and TEE-guided biopsy, but all of these are associated with high false-negative rates.