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A condition in which the reduction in fraction of inspired oxygen to reduce hypoxemia in infants causes a persistent and greater-than-expected decrease in oxygen tension (Pao2).
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* Keep nails trimmed and wash feet daily: Any cut or minor irritation on your feet can easily get infected when you're spending time barefoot, wearing flip-flops or are in bodies of water such as lakes.
Cimino, "Analysis of power dissipation in double edge-triggered flip-flops," IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, vol.
"Comparative analysis of masterslave latches and flip-flops for high-performance and low-power systems," IEEE J.
Ring in the summer right and celebrate National Flip-Flops Day with Havaianas this day, March 27
Several data retention flip-flops with power gating technique have been proposed.
In many instances, flip-flops are part of a broader deal involving other footwear or wearables, although they can be granted as a separate category.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been advised to wear flip-flops in the heatwave by her antenatal guru.
GET ready for the beach with a free pair of flip-flops and some stylish sunglasses - all you have to do is pay PS3 for postage.
Main block of the frequency divider is a flip-flop. In early CMOS frequency dividers flip-flops based on Razavi topology [1] was used to achieve high frequencies.
"Most flip-flops are designed with minimal support or cushion, which means that the impact from walking can lead to foot pain and injuries like plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis and stress fractures," says Dr.
Washington, May 27 ( ANI ): While it's far better to wear flip-flops than go barefoot in a number of settings, they do have some drawbacks, an expert has said.