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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that it is in bankruptcy proceedings.
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A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock represents a company currently in bankruptcy proceedings. All NASDAQ listings use a four letter abbreviation; if a Q follows the abbreviation this indicates that the security being traded is in bankruptcy.
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Both infiltration and mechanical ventilation contribute to the air exchange rate [A.sub.i].
After presenting a comparative study between ventilation system and natural ventilation, Dr.
The buildings were mainly located in Helsinki metropolitan area, and they all had mechanical ventilation with no air conditioning.
Thus, a judicious and prompt ventilation strategy is important for managing acute conditions and regulating the natural fluctuations of chronic disorders1.
The assumed median of the annual natural ventilation operating time was 500 h, while the average annual natural ventilation operating time was assumed to be 966 h.
Humidity results in Table 2 show that both groups had a reduction in moisture levels, but that the decrease was much greater and statistically significant with mechanical ventilation. In homes without mechanical ventilation, the reduction did not achieve statistical significance.
No dataset used in the study had pronounced mushroom artifacts, to streamline the ventilation similarity comparison between the different phases.
Volution Group is a supplier of ventilation products to the residential and commercial construction market in the UK and northern Europe.
Ventilation management refers to the decisions and actions that determine the ventilatory support administered to patients.
We can now spread the message of natural ventilation even further, and show everyone why Moffitt Corporation has been ventilation's natural solution since 1961,” said President John Moffitt.
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of heliox on gas exchange as part of a safety and feasibility study on the potential of heliox ventilation to improve neurological outcome after cardiac arrest [7].