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MV

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MALDIVES.

MV

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Maldives. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Maldivian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Maldives. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the Maldives. Each administrative atoll has its own code with the prefix "MV." For example, the code for Raa is ISO 3166-2:MV-13.
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However, we did not find significant changes in the Vt and minute ventilation parameters, and in our study there was a significantly higher PEEP when using Intellivent-ASV.
The addition of Minute Ventilation data and its trending over time provides new objective metrics to assist clinicians in the immediate evaluation of the pulmonary system and demonstrates changes in respiratory status.
The ExSpiron is the first patient monitor to provide real-time, continuous, non-invasive minute ventilation, tidal volume and respiratory rate information that enables early identification and prevention of approaching respiratory failure and its associated risks and costs.
The oxygen uptake efficiency slope (OUES) was derived by the slope of a semi-log plot of minute ventilation versus V[O.
A second study comparing minute ventilation and capnography monitoring in intubated and nonintubated patients concludes capnography is "suboptimal for monitoring non-intubated patients" and the "inaccuracy and time lag in capnography reporting can compromise patient safety.
Minute Ventilation data (the volume of air that enters/exhaled by the lungs a minute) together with ExSpiron's other respiratory data are key, quantitative measures of breathing that have not been earlier available to physicians in the sphere of health-care.
5-7) It ensures that the predetermined target minute ventilation, based on ideal body weight and per cent minute volume settings, is delivered to the patient.
2]R device, which achieved correction of hypercapnoea and normalisation of pH despite decreasing minute ventilation from 11.
Interval training in severely disabled COPD patients is associated with stable metabolic demands, (23) low minute ventilation and rates of dynamic hyperinflation, and increased total exercise duration than that of constant-load exercise.
Because minute ventilation of cyclists, estimated from measured heart rates, was twice the minute ventilation of car and bus passengers, inhaled air pollution doses were highest for cyclists.
Key words: Metabolic system, oxygen consumption, minute ventilation, carbon dioxide production, Bruce protocol.