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Open

Used in the context of general equities. Having either buy or sell interest at the indicated price level and side of a preceding trade. "Open on the buy/sell side" means looking for buyers/sellers (for someone who is a seller/buyer). Antithesis of clean.

Open

1. The time trading begins on an exchange. This is important to matters like a security's opening price or opening bid. See also: Close.

2. An order to buy or sell a security that has not yet been filled. Some orders are only open for a certain amount of time, while some remain open until they are filled. See also: IOC, GTC.
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Prolonged outbreak of Mycobacterium chimaera infection after open-chest heart surgery.
Caption: FIGURE 5: Demonstration of the proposed system: (a) user following guidelines provided by the system in real time; (b) main menu; (c) user selects exercise; (d) state one of open-chest exercise; (e) state three of open- chest exercise; (f) state four of open exercises; (g) completion of a repetition of an exercise; (h) completed set of exercises and heart rate information.
Our procedure provides patients with a less-invasive alternative to the rigors of traditional open-chest surgery performed on a stopped heart."
For many such patients, a repeat open-chest cardiac surgery for redo surgical aortic valve replacement would be associated with a high rate of predicted complications, a prolonged hospital stay, and a slow recovery.
Right, it's time to dust off the medallion, the open-chest shirt, the highwaisted flares and recall the ultimate and sadly defunct styles of the 1970s.
Arrhythmias, or erratic heartbeats, can also be treated via catheter rather than open-chest surgery, and pacemakers are now remotely controlled and programed.
Despite being less invasive than open-chest aortic valve replacement, TAVI remains to be associated with the potential for serious complications and one of them is coronary occlusion.
Trimetazidine at a dose of 1 mg/kg completely abolished CFRs caused by accumulating thrombus in the circumflex coronary artery in 4 of 8 open-chest anesthetized beagles.
The surgery would require the same procedures involved in open-chest surgery with placement on the heart-lung machine while the repair was taking place.
The Cardima Surgical Ablation System can reportedly be used in open-chest surgery in conjunction with other procedures, or as a thoracoscopic stand-alone, closed-chest procedure.