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Synonyms for CRT

a vacuum tube in which a hot cathode emits a beam of electrons that pass through a high voltage anode and are focused or deflected before hitting a phosphorescent screen

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The global cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) market is expected to reach USD 9.2 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.
"I thank my colleagues for agreeing to help lead our organization in 2018," said Paul Thiel, CRT's Chairman.
In order to determine the total credit where the annualized base rent is between $500,000 and $550,000, the CRT imposed on the tenant minus any allowable credits or exemptions otherwise applicable, is multiplied by an income factor and a rent factor.
In 2011, a case report article stated that the CRT supported the restoration of end-stage HF in a 15-year-old patient who underwent LVAD implantation [28].
Tougher underwriting standards for mortgages since the financial crisis and increasing home prices made CRT securities relatively safe bets with outsized returns, at least until the last year or so.
In the CARE-HF trial, there were 813 patients (mean age 67) with NYHA class III or IV HF (94 percent class III and 6 percent IV), an LVEF [?]35 percent (mean 25%), and QRS prolongation (mean QRS duration 138 msec) who underwent CRT implantation6.
The company's new Quadra Allure MP CRT-P with MRI labeling is compatible with the SyncAV CRT software, designed to build upon the MultiPoint Pacing technology and further optimize its comprehensive CRT portfolio.
Some experimental and small-sample clinical studies have suggested that both repolarization dispersion and ventricular arrhythmia increased after CRT implantation.[sup][2],[3],[4] Conversely, other studies have demonstrated decreased TpTe and reduced ventricular arrhythmia.[sup][5],[6] Itoh et al .[sup][7] showed a CRTs time-dependent effect on transmural dispersion of repolarization (TDR).
CRT, with over 25 years of experience as an institutionally focused broker-dealer, continues to build a premier organization that delivers value-added research, trading and banking services to its clients.
He said the operation is able to separate and recover lead and glass from CRT funnel glass.
Earlier this year, the company announced the appointment of Stuart Linde as the director of Equity Research and seven new senior research analysts, which followed CRT's acquisition of the Institutional Equities business of Sterne Agee Group Inc in April 2015.
The clinical trials used to create current guidelines for who might benefit from CRT enrolled mostly men.
CRT resynchronizes the beating of the heart's lower chambers (ventricles), which often beat out of sync in heart failure (HF) patients.
Over the past few years, improving stock market conditions, rising income tax rates and a growing number of baby boomers seeking ways to supplement retirement income have contributed to a resurgence in the use of the charitable remainder trust (CRT).