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circulation

Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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The blood flow is assessed in the fluorescein angiography video along with a pixel-by-pixel analysis to return values for the tail vein-retinal circulation time (the mean time from injection of sodium fluorescein to the artery fill), the arterial phase (the mean time from the first artery fill to the first vein fill), and the venous phase (the mean time of all the vein fills) within the large blood vessels.
It is due to the fact that OH ions decrease with the circulation time as the reaction proceeds.
Circulation time of new products labels replacing existing inventory on the shelf takes time with over 20,000 retail stores nationwide.
In patients undergoing CABG surgery, database was analyzed for the time interval between coronary angiography to surgical procedure, the number and types of grafts, extracorporeal circulation time, aortic clamp time and concomitant surgical procedures such as mitral valve replacement or carotid endarterectomy.
Nektar Advanced PEGylation has the potential to improve the safety and efficacy of therapeutic agents by increasing drug circulation time in the bloodstream, decreasing immunogenicity and dosing frequency, increasing bioavailability and improving drug solubility and stability.
Central sleep apnea may be triggered by erratic PCO2 (hyper or hypoventilation) and with delays in circulation time (such as with congestive heart failure).
In mixing applications, use CFD to help understand the flow patterns and the circulation time characteristics of a mixer design and liquid material.
The facility had a water circulation time of more than two hours, compared with health and safety guidelines of just 45 minutes.