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the act of ejecting or the state of being ejected

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'It's rare to get these elite aerial demonstration teams together in one formation, and we are extremely proud to provide the ejection system for the vast majority.'
The ACES ejection seat for the B-2 will feature a new modular structure which is designed to reduce maintenance cost and time.
Ejection maladies are related to how well it's doing the job.
In about half of all such people, the ejection fraction of the heart is reduced.
This work aims to investigate the effect of glass fibers and nanoclays on the shrinkage and ejection forces in the injection molding process [22-24] being this a critical issue when using this processing technique since the force required to eject the part from the mold is a fundamental design variable that defines the project of the ejection system [2, 16, 25].
A Left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) is the percentage of blood pumped out of the heart's main pumping chamber during each contraction.
Three ejection tests were carried out on land at Sinpo Naval Shipyard in July alone,CNN quoted U.S.officials, as saying.
Objective: To compare profile, clinical characteristics and outcomes of patients admitted with acute heart failure and reduced ejection fraction to those patients with preserved ejection fraction.
Though this trial was intended as an early safety study, the six-month data demonstrated encouraging and congruent preliminary efficacy signals in multiple parameters, including subjective wellbeing, exercise capacity, ejection fraction and ventricular volumes.
Though this trial was intended as an early safety study, the sixmonth data demonstrated encouraging and congruent preliminary efficacy signals in multiple parameters, including subjective wellbeing, exercise capacity, ejection fraction and ventricular volumes.
UAAP commissioner Rebo Saguisag slapped a one-game suspension on Adamson interim head coach Mike Fermin following his ejection during the Falcons' defeat to the De La Salle Green Archers on Sunday.
INTRODUCTION: Ejection fraction (EF) is the fraction of outbound blood pumped from the heart with each heartbeat.
Jude Medical, Inc.'s (NYSE: STJ) CHAMPION trial shows that heart failure patients with reduced ejection fraction on optimal doses of guideline directed medical therapy managed by pulmonary artery pressure monitoring with the company's CardioMEMS HF System had a 57% reduction in mortality and a 43% reduction in HF hospitalizations compared with patients on GDMT managed by the standard of care, the company said on Monday.
There are two forms of HF--systolic and diastolic--with the difference based on ejection fraction (the amount of blood the heart pumps out with each contraction).