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In addition to helping health care professionals improve patient safety in line with a recent FDA safety communication, Active Electrode Monitoring is a recommended practice of AORN and AAGL.
First, this study reports the preparation and optimization of each DSSC component layer, mainly the Ti[O.sub.2.sup.b] blocking layer, mesoporous Ti[O.sub.2.sup.m] layer, active electrode represented by the Sn[O.sub.2]:F/Ti[O.sub.2.sup.b]/Ti[O.sub.2.sup.m]/dye heterojunctions, and counterelectrode.
Patient's jewellery that is situated between the active electrode and diathermy pad can act as a site for burns, therefore jewellery should be removed, or padded to prevent contact with the skin.
The bio-signal is generated from the active electrode is directly given to the two DCC blocks which is operated based on the counter signal is shown in the Fig.4.
The ERGs are recorded with reference, earth and active electrodes. Active electrodes should be positioned as close as possible to the patient's cornea as this is where signal strength is strongest (see Figure 3, page 70).
For peroneal nerve motor conduction velocity, an active electrode was positioned over the belly of the extensor digitorum brevis muscle.
RF ablation is performed by placing the active electrode in the middle of the tumor.
The room parameters were maintained throughout the experiment.[R]Standard disc EEG electrodes were placed at the Oz position (active electrode) and reference electrode was placed at [Fp.sub.Z] position and ground electrode on the patient's vertex (Cz).
Based in Boulder, Colorado, the company pioneered the development and deployment of Active Electrode Monitoring, AEM technology, to eliminate dangerous stray energy burns during minimally invasive procedures.
Analogously, we obtain potential for the active electrode 2:
When the doctor touches the tissue with the active electrode, the electro surgical unit is on and high-frequency electricity flows through the patient.
Among these families of resistive memory cells, the CBRAM technology rests on the electrochemical dissolution properties of an active electrode: the metallic ions thus generated move through the solid electrolyte in order to form a conductive metal bridge joining the other electrode, which is inert.
The model idealizes the active electrode material inside the battery as an infinite assortment of homogeneous spherical particles, distributed evenly across the thickness of the battery.
The insulating materials between the active electrode (e.g., Cu or Ag) and the inert electrode (e.g., W or Pt) play important roles in the resistive switching (RS) operation and are called the solid electrolytes.
The group, however, did not control many technique variables and the active electrode was left in contact with tissue for time periods much longer than would be used clinically.
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