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body surface

1. The exterior of the human body, or one of its parts.
2. The epidermis.
See: body surface area
See also: surface
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Thermoflect products are ultra-lightweight and specifically designed to cover and conform to all body surfaces.
A large percentage of my patients who are on biologic therapy have less than 10% involved body surface area and would have a PASI [Psoriasis Area Severity Index] score, if I were to measure it, of under 12.
In all cases in this study, the body surface contour after the procedure and the ideal postoperative image almost coincided," Dr.
Half of the patients (50%) had body surface involvement in range of 1-10 %, while6 (22.
These differences were significant in weight and body surface area in both sexes (Pless than 0.
05), TBSAB- total body surface area burnt; LOS- length of hospital stay; df- degree of freedom; TBSAB = total body surface area of burn (in percent) Figure-1: Sex distribution Males 52 Females 32 Note: Table made from pie chart.
The total heat loss to the environment per unit time from the die body surface can be formulated as follows:
Estimation of human body surface area from height and weight.
Mean + standard deviation (SD) was calculated for numerical variables like age, body surface area, FBS, lipid levels and sizes of left coronary artery segments.
Recordings and analyses of the cardioelectric field on the body surface reveal electrical atrial activity during early depolarization, prior to the formation of the P-wave in the EC[G.
The approval letter ofthe HUD designates the Total Artificial Heart for use in US patients "at risk of imminent death from nonreversible biventricular heart failure who are not eligible for cardiac transplant and have a body surface area (BSA) of >_1.
The previous four Phase I and three Phase II trials assessing the safety and efficacy of AN2728 had been designed to treat psoriasis on smaller body surface areas.