desaturate


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de·sat·u·rate

(dē-sat'yū-rāt),
To produce desaturation.
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Here, it was used to desaturate the distracting green in the background.
Interestingly however, a few subjects who did not desaturate initially did so on repeat assessment at 2 weeks.
The Grand Paris Express project (GPE) provides for the construction of 205 km of subway lines on the territory of Ile-de-France and will notably desaturate existing transport.
We agree with Dr Borshoff's recognition of the importance of not waiting for a patient to desaturate before escalating through the stages of a crisis plan.
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In addition the patient must desaturate for a minimum of five continuous minutes below eighty eight percent on their usual FiO2 nocturnally.
Although a healthy person will not desaturate to the point of cyanosis (turning blue) even with rigorous training, we were able to see O2 saturation fluctuations in response to warm-up, intense activity, active recovery, hyperventilation, breath holding, and super-intense activity.
The patient then began to desaturate, at which point the Glidescope was removed and attempts were made to resume bag-mask ventilation.
Under the project Desaturate line 13 by the extension of line 14 to Mairie de Saint-Ouen, this case concerns the modification of the main access (making a stair hopper) and the creation a secondary access from the quays to the road to the Olympics station.
Consenting patients who did not desaturate to below 95% were not included in the study.
Under tubelights, the Yutopia desaturates images by a bit, while the Qiku Q Terra brings out the brightest image.