QTc


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QTc

In electrocardiography, the duration of the QT interval adjusted for the patient's heart rate. Prolonged QTc's are associated with an increased risk of ventricular dysrhythmia and sudden death.
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His reappointment to the Board allows continuity within QTC at the most senior level.
At a time when Canada's troubled history with Aboriginal peoples is being studied through inquiries conducted in public, the QTC merits close attention.
The business relationship between QTC and Karcher has become even more solid as the years go by," said Tariq M Al Shamlan, managing partner of Qatar Trading Company in Doha.
Since 2000, QTC has provided more than threem physical examinations and twom diagnostic tests.
Peratech's latest development, the QTC Ultra Sensor, only takes a deflection of a micron or so for QTC to sense the touch through the sheet, according to the company, and Peratech's leaders say that the QTC Ultra Sensor has drawn interest from white goods and automotive manufacturers.
In addition to being touch-sensitive, QTC materials can also detect the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
2) Contemporary poststructuralist philosophy's ongoing celebrations of multispecies multiplicities as radically cosmopolitan agency forms may attempt to unsettle the dominion of the humanist subject, but the Inuit perspectives coordinated by the QTC articulate instead an inverse trajectory in which having become who they were through working partnerships with qimmiit actually set them up for exploitation as cheap labour once those ties were severed in settlements.
ITS relied on Methods Workshop professionals to accomplish installation and training of the QTC software in just three days.
QTC Holdings offers medical evaluation services to the US government and the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
According to Inuit testimony presented to the QTC, a family's dog team was not only its principal means of livelihood but also an important symbol of pride.
QTC technology has no moving parts and requires no air gap between contacts.
In January, Japanese touch-screen maker Nissha also licensed the approach from Yorkshire-based Peratech, who make the composite material QTC.