Non-Fluctuating

Non-Fluctuating

Describing a feature, such as a price, that does not change. For example, a non-fluctuating return is fixed and does not change for any reason short of default. A non-fluctuating feature is the opposite of a volatile feature.
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The PK results showed that compared with IR-CD/LD, treatment with either AP-CD/LD dose demonstrated more stable LD plasma concentrations in both fluctuating and non-fluctuating PD patients, and significantly decreased the LD Cmax.
On day 7 of febrile neutropenia, physical examination revealed a hyperaemic, tender, irritable and non-fluctuating lesion in the perianal region, which was seen as cellulitis.
Jaundice was progressive non-fluctuating associated with yellowish urine, clay colored stools.
Clinical examination revealed firm and non-fluctuating mass of semi-solid consistency, with a wide base.
A steady supply of basic non-fluctuating electricity from a source that is totally reliable around the clock.
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In non-fluctuating environments, maximization of growth is shown to represent a "functional balancing between roots and shoots" which depends on the limiting resource (nitrogen or light).