EBCT


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EBCT

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Both the medical community and the general public need to be aware that only EBCT is capable of 'freezing' cardiac motion thereby eliminating the image blurring characteristic of slower mechanical CT scanners.
Each reported study used Imatron's EBCT to measure progression and regression of coronary artery calcium deposits.
Nao sendo tributada por forca da imunidade reciproca, mesmo quando atuando no dominio economico, a EBCT podera estabelecer precos menores que os da concorrencia e, gradualmente, afastar os agentes economicos que competem na mesma atividade economica.
0 100 0 0 Source: Glaze (6) Table 3: Effect of Tempimature on Activated Carbon Removal of Monochloramine Relative Bed volumes processed @ 14 Bed volumes processed @ 22 EBCT [degrees] C [degrees] C 10 [less than or equal to] 90 240 20 300 1,500 30 1,500 4,000 Source: Calgon (7) Table 4: Effect of pH on Activated Carbon Removal of Monochloramine Feed Product Water [NH.
The conclusions are based only on the analysis of junior high school students taking EBCT.
Army Modifies FCS EBCT Structure," Jane's Defence Weekly, January 31, 2007.
EBCT has been used since the 1990s and is the forerunner of MDCT and cardiac MR.
The scan - known as an EBCT (electron beam computed tomography) - detects furring of the arteries at its earliest stages.
In the early development of MDCT, there was an argument that calcification scoring should be performed only on EBCT scanners where the original coronary work was done.
The adsorption media depth in each vessel is approximately 28 inches to provide the 2 1/2 minutes of EBCT specified for the project.