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Cardiology An abnormal BP response to the Valsalva maneuver–VM, seen in left ventricular failure; BP ↑ at the onset of the VM, remains elevated until VM is released, after which the BP abruptly drops to baseline without 'overshooting' the baseline pressure, accompanied by little change in the pulse pressure or tachycardia.
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The Max Sound HD Audio(TM) Process can convert any audio file to high definition quality while maintaining its existing format without encoding or decoding, significantly reducing the file size to benefit bandwidth providers and decreasing compressed square waves which can damage listeners hearing.
With the new AG52 generator option the analyzer can generate exceptionally clean square waves with a rise time better than 2 microseconds.
The device has the ability to drive heavy loads and to replicate even square waves effortlessly because of its super high slew rate.
The GSAWG is also useful for generating high frequency sine waves, multitone signals, and square waves with controlled rise time, fall time, and other transient characteristics.
The sensor consists of an LED light source, photodetector IC, interpolator IC and line driver, with outputs consisting of two square waves in quadrature and a gated index pulse.
for a comparable AC induction motor using square waves and the same power control electronics and thermal limits.