PID


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  • noun

Synonyms for PID

inflammation of the female pelvic organs (especially the Fallopian tubes) caused by infection by any of several microorganisms (chiefly gonococci and chlamydia)

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The weaknesses in the system were also identified and input and suggestions were shared by all the members of the Prevention Committee to revamp existing PID advertisement release system as well as ABC system into a more transparent one.
Based on the characteristics of direct-drive pump control system, a kind of adaptive fuzzy PID controller is designed by combination the advantages of PID control and fuzzy control in this paper.
genitalium in acute PID, the data immediately called into question the standard empiric therapies for acute PID.
Due to its simple design and structure, PID technology makes it easier to deploy and maintain next-generation metro WDM networks.
For that reason, the investigation on appropriate design methods for PID controllers is still very topical (O'Dwyer, 2003), especially if these controllers are able to cope with plants under various nonlinearities, perturbations or time-variability.
Most PID-use only panels from LCD makers had been added increased brightness, reliability and portrait function onto normal TV panels, but in 2010 all panel suppliers are planning to add various new features onto their PID products such as 3D, triple display, mirror display and LED backlight unit etc.
The company says that the series offers a "new auto-tuning algorithm [that] calculates optimum PID values to shorten the time to reach set value.
A new auto-tuning algorithm that calculates optimum PID values to shorten the time to reach setpoint.
To improve the transient and steady state response, PID controller is required.
With the addition of an automated PID Process Tune function, the unit's capabilities are further enhanced.
study of 684 sexually active women who had an episode of PID in 1996-1999, those subsequently reporting consistent condom use (defined as use in six of the 10 sexual encounters preceding a follow-up interview) had a 50% lower risk of recur rent PID than those reporting no use of condoms.
PID detectors are a good tool for finding the hot spots in contaminated buildings and surrounding areas.
Recent reviews suggest that the overall risk of PID with modern IUDs is lower than previously thought, at least in regions with a low prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Our findings raise the possibility that Chlamydiaceae other than Chlamydia trachomatis are involved in PID.