transcutaneous


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Related to transcutaneous: transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, Transcutaneous pacing
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The first concerned a public contract is the delivery of analyzer technology pedaling with biofeedback, the subject of the second part of the tender is the supply of transcutaneous oxygen monitor.
In this study, 92 patients scheduled for supratentorial craniotomy under general anaesthesia were randomly allocated to receive either multipoint transcutaneous electrical acupuncture stimulation (TEAS) or sham TEAS.
The two common external electrode methods are electromuscular stimulation (EMS) and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), which both use similar equipment and external electrodes.
A well-tolerated patient monitoring technology that accurately, automatically, and continuously tracks transcutaneous carbon dioxide levels has the potential to greatly improve the timeliness of a response to a failing patient and improve patient safety and outcomes.
The instruments that measure the transcutaneous bilirubin (TcB) concentration operate by transmitting light that penetrates the blanched skin and transilluminates the subcutaneous tissues.
The tag is scanned through near field transcutaneous technology with a patented touch probe to obtain real-time data about the implant and associated biosensors.
Radiometer has expanded its TCM4xx transcutaneous monitoring platform with the addition of the TCM TOSCA module and TOSCA 92 Sensor.
Our data are the first to show that transcutaneous immunization is an effective way to prevent experimental ear infections and lays the foundation for an effective, yet simple, inexpensive - and potentially transformative - way to deliver vaccines," says Laura Novotny, one of the study researchers.
Abstract--Parotoid glands in two species of toads, Ollotis nebulifer and Anaxyrus speciosus were expressed using transcutaneous electrical stimulation.
Transcutaneous pacing (Lifepak 20, Medtronic, USA) was commenced and maximal energy discharge failed to improve heart rate and blood pressure and culminated in cardiac arrest.
With ample illustrations, he introduces the concepts, theories, clinical applications, research, and guidelines on such adjunctive therapies, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) perhaps being the best-known.
The composite graft was placed endonasally (figure 3, A) and was suture-fixated with transcutaneous 6-0 polypropylene sutures (figure 3, B).
The TransAtlantic Inter-Society Consensus identified transcutaneous (Tc) partial pressure of oxygen (TcP[O.
The influenza vaccine patch uses Iomai's proprietary transcutaneous immunization technology, which delivers vaccine to a group of antigen-presenting cells in the skin called Langerhans cells.
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