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Base

A technical analysis tool. A chart pattern depicting the period when the supply and demand of a certain stock are in relative equilibrium, resulting in a narrow trading range. The merging of the support level and resistance level.

Base

In technical analysis, a situation in which the support level and the resistance level are roughly the same for a given (usually long) period of time. That is, a base occurs when a security trades only in a very narrow range. A base indicates that the supply and demand for a security are at an equilibrium. This means that the security is unlikely to be bullish or bearish in the near future.
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Defining asphyxia as an Apgar score of <7 at 5 minutes and base deficit of >12 mmol/L, 179 patients (97.
Patients will have an elevated base deficit before their blood pressure drops to classic "hypotension" levels.
The postoperative monitoring of patients in the ICU setting is based mainly on vital signs, urine output, hematocrit and ISTAT[R] base deficit (lactate cartridges are available from the ISTAT[R] manufacturer but were not used routinely in Operation Iraqi Freedom [OIF]-1 or OIF-2).
Furthermore, during the 7-72 hours following the initial therapy those in the goal-directed therapy group had higher mean central venous oxygen saturation, lower lactate concentration, lower base deficit, higher pH, and significantly less severe organ dysfunction than those in the standard therapy group.
Conclusions from the study include: StO2 below 75 percent may indicate serious hypoperfusion in trauma patients; StO2 above 75 percent indicates adequate perfusion; and StO2 functions as well as base deficit in indicating hypoperfusion in trauma patients, with the added benefits of being continuous, direct and noninvasive.
5 mmol/l and base deficit [less than or equal to] 4.
This means that a base deficit (negative SBE) corresponds to a positive SID and reflects the presence of non-measured anions (e.
Resuscitation in the pediatric trauma population: admission base deficit remains an important prognostic indicator.

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