decapascal

decapascal

(dek'ă-pas-kăl),
One tenth of a pascal.
See also: Pascal.
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Normal MEP ranges between -200 and +200 decapascals (daPa).
ET was considered to be functional when 10 decapascals (daPa) or a greater change in TPP was observed; if the alteration was less than 10 daPa, the ET function was considered to be poor.
The tympanograms from most healthy children older than 6 months are at least 0.3 mL high and 200 decaPascals, or daPa, wide, and they are rarely associated with MEE, but a flat tympanogram may raise the index of suspicion, the researchers explained (Pediatrics 2006; 118:1-13).