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"Blockages can have devastating consequences, with people's homes being flooded and the environment being polluted.
The stall was precipitated by the flightcrew's improper reaction to erroneous airspeed and Mach indications which had resulted from a blockage of the pitot heads by atmospheric icing.
"Our aim now is to train doctors from various parts of the world to use this technique so that cardiac patients with complex arterial blockages can benefit from this new technique."
" During the stress test there were EKG changes, which prompted a CT Angiogram that confirmed the blockage," he said.
A fractional flow reserve test can now be performed to assess arteries and determine the severity of the blockage. This can help your doctor better determine which procedure, if any, is right for you.
Blockages are a very visible failure of the system and should be managed in a professional and expeditious manner to maintain public confidence.
Certain parts of every drain system are prone to blockage, so it pays to understand where typical trouble zones might exist before an emergency arises.
When these blockages are dispersed and the energy flow restored, healing is carried throughout the body down to the cellular level.
In fact, we concluded that we had four distinctly different types of gaps and five types of blockages impeding communication; although the details of theses gaps and blockages were unique to Fallon Clinic, we believe their general features exist in many large corporations.
With the hydraulic reservoir empty, remove the quick disconnect fluid return from the control valve to the fluid reservoir and check for blockage. Replace if damaged.
What's more, radiation sometimes contributes to a blockage by exacerbating vessel damage at the edges of the stent, Stone says.
Lymphatic drainage uses specific movements to clear the blockages, which helps remove metabolic wastes and toxins through the lymph nodes situated around the face and neck.
Plungers are many DIYers' staple device when it comes to dislodging blockages and there are several different types on the market, including pump-action ones.
Blockages can be caused by layers of cholesterol building up inside the artery.