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Area

The size of a two-dimensional space. One calculates the area by multiplying the area's length by its width.

area

A measurement of the square footage contained within certain boundaries.
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The area under the curve of the finger photoplethysmography showed a statistically significant increase 25 minutes after the administration of 0.5% bupivacaine epidural block compared to the baseline value, which we attributed to the effect of the sympathetic block.
A z-score table shows the percentage of the total area under the curve indexed by the number of standard deviations from mean.
As the respective bio-active constituent concentration was determined, the response factors (F) were calculated with respect to its respective area under the curve (Fig.
Table 1 shows the individual [C.sub.max], [T.sub.max] (time at maximum concentration), [AUC.sup.0-24h] and AUC/dose (area under the curve divided by dose) results for all patients.
Thus, the area under the curve [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] increases with the load's application with diminishing the speed.
The AUC (area under the curve) of all the dogs was determined from the plasma concentration versus time data following I/V and oral administration of the drug.
The area under the curve, which is directly related to lumens, is also unaffected.
It should be modified to "However, the area under the curve goes through a maximum at 1% and then levels out to a lower value at 5%, while a decrease in the strain at break is observed.
Comparison of diagnostic criteria for left ventricular hypertrophy Partial area Difference under Correlation of pAUCs ROC Standard of ILVH for ILVH Confidence curve error and and Confidence Criteria (FP<0.3) of pAUC Rx + Sz Rx + Sz level ILVH 0.231 0.0082 0.573 0.027 0.95 Rx + Sz 0.204 0.0093 AUC--area under the curve, ILVH--index of left ventricular hypertrophy, pAUC--partial area under the curve, ROC--receiver operator characteristics Table 2.

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