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Synonyms for conduction

the transmission of heat or electricity or sound

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Trekz Titanium(TM) uses bone conduction technology to transmit audio waves to the inner ears through the skull, bypassing the eardrums completely.
The conductive composite of polyaniline/graphene (PAG) was synthesized to produce the nerve conduction channel, and it was used in the production of the final conductive scaffolds (PAG/gelatin/chitosan).
The mechanisms underlying BPA's effect on cardiac electrical conduction are unknown.
As a matter of fact, SEP performed in the early phase of the disease demonstrated proximal conduction slowing, whereas distal sensory conductions were commonly normal in a high percentage of patients (2).
Cardiac complications are uncommon, but there have been several reports on potential life-threatening rhythm disturbances associated with chronic chloroquine use; these include conduction abnormalities, complete AVB, QT interval prolongation and torsades de pointes (3,5,6).
WASHINGTON -- Routine nerve conduction studies do not interfere with the function of implanted cardiac defibrillators or pacemakers, and they are safe diagnostic tools in patients with these devices, Dr.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 11, 2006 - (JCN) - NTT DoCoMo will release the Sound Leaf, a bone conduction receive microphone, on September 15.
2 mg of IV orciprenaline demonstrated decremental retrograde conduction through the AV node.
Our serial nerve conduction studies also confirmed axonal polyneuropathy, particularly in the motor nerves.
Serial nerve conduction studies confirmed progressive entrapment of the median nerves in the carpal tunnel to the point of axonal damage.
Most immediately think of the R-value, or the material's resistance to heat flow via conduction.
The analysis involves "some very complex physics," continues Featherstone, including 3D, incompressible, steady-state flows; laminar and turbulent flows; and convection and conduction heat transfer.