Role of target vessel size and body surface
area on out comes after percutaneous coronary interventions in women.
potential mappings (BSPM) were simultaneously recorded from 32 subcutaneous needle electrodes (registering surface-0.06 [cm.sup.2]), uniformly distributed on the torso surface of rat (from the basis of the ears to the last rib).
In having the combination of a granulate body surface
, presence of notogastral setae and areae porosae, A.
Geometrical morphology Chemical constitution and wettability of body surfaces
of soil animals.
The correlation between NIFT body surface
temperatures with rectal temperatures was significant in the present study from the statistical analyses.
Although moisture was generated from the body surface
and rose with the ascending airflow around the body, it had smaller values in the area around and over the body where the temperature was high, as it depended on temperature.
Another review recommends using systemic steroids for severe cases, defined as involvement of greater than 20% of total body surface
area, bullae formation, or extensive facial involvement.
The Larsson estimates were substantially higher than the Grubb estimates even when adjustment for body surface
area was not performed (data not shown).
Blond or red hair color, greater body surface
area, and sunburns in the second through fourth decades of life were other significant risk factors.
The mean change in the glomerular filtration rate in the patients in the chelation group was 2.1 [+ or -] 5.7 ml per minute per 1.73 [m.sup.2] of body-surface area, as compared with--6.0 [+ or -] 5.8 ml per minute per 1.73 [m.sup.2] of body surface
area in the controls (P<0.001).
Prosecutor Ieuan Morris previously told how 27pc of Mr Williams's body surface
area was burnt and there were deep burns which required surgery.
A special tool body surface
treatment reduces flute erosion.
Anatomically, glomus body tumors are cutaneous-or-deeper soft tissue masses that can occur anywhere on the body surface
; they have a predilection for the upper extremities and usually occur subungually.
A recent study found that the survival rate at a Boston burn center of children with large burns (60 to 100 percent of total body surface
) has improved from 66.7 percent to 85.7 percent in the last 20 years.
"For example, the Jersey cow, although smaller than the Holstein, has a larger body surface
relative to her body weight, so she can get rid of more body heat when necessary.