Bazett

Ba·zett

(bă-zet'),
Henry C., English cardiologist, 1885-1950. See: Bazett formula.
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A full description of the hematologic adjustments correlated with heat exposure have been published in subsequent works thereafter, suggesting that alterations in PV occur quite quickly and induce a transient reduction in hemoglobin and hematocrit, and sometimes the concentration of plasma proteins (Bazett et al., 1940).
An ECG was recorded by a nursing staff and interpreted by me and QTc was measured by Bazett's formula.
Bu nedenle kalp hizinin Q-T uzerine etkisini ortadan kaldirmak icin Q-T degerlerinin duzeltilmis bicimi olan QTc degeri Bazett formulune gore hesaplandi (15).
QTc intervals were calculated using the Bazett formula.
Her mother's side is a mystery, and she soon learns a shocking family secret dating back to her great-great-great-great grandfather, East India Company agent Richard Campbell Bazett.
In the programme, her uncle Richard produces a family tree going back to 1766, showing her great-great-great-great grandfather Richard Campbell Bazett and his wife Sarah (right).
In the programme, her uncle Richard produces a family tree going back to 1766, showing her great-great-greatgreat grandfather Richard Campbell Bazett and his wife Sarah (right).
The QT interval was measured from the beginning of the QRS complex to the end of the T wave and corrected for the heart rate using the Bazett formula:
The RR interval to the measured QT was used to calculate the heart rate-corrected (QTc) interval using Bazett's formula (QTc= QT/RR1/2).
The QT interval was calculated as the time from the start of the QRS complex to Te and the QTc was calculated using Bazett's formula.