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.
Careful titration of propofol and volatiles were monitored as gorillas can desaturate very quickly.
"If you have OSA, you can either wake up or you can desaturate," she explained.
Pilots will desaturate quicker as altitude increases, but resaturation of the blood once O2 is introduced usually happens in two minutes or less up to 20,000 feet.
This is because they do not contain genes for the enzymes that 'elongate' (add carbon molecules) and 'desaturate' (add double bonds) PUFAs such as ALA, to form EPA of DHA.
In addition the patient must desaturate for a minimum of five continuous minutes below eighty eight percent on their usual FiO2 nocturnally.
Interestingly however, a few subjects who did not desaturate initially did so on repeat assessment at 2 weeks.
By learning from a massive quantity of photos featuring human subjects, the AI Color function can track the human subjects across video frames and accurately separate them from the background in real time, and then desaturate the background.
Using AI, the Huawei Mate 20 Series can isolate human subjects and desaturate the colors around them to dramatically highlight the person.
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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