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gas·o·met·ric

(gas'ō-met'rik),
Relating to gasometry.
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gas·o·met·ric

(gas'ō-met'rik)
Relating to gasometry.
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gasometric

(găs″ō-mĕt′rĭk)
Pert. to the measurement of gases.
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* Continuously monitor the respiratory functions by using auscultation, percussion and respiratory frequency, thoracic expansibility, signs of dyspnea, oxygen saturation, arterial gasometric levels as well as the preservation of the cough reflex.
The diagnosis of ALRTI was reached based on clinical criteria (fever, cough, tachypnea, rales or wheezes on auscultation), supplemented by radiological (hyperinflation, opacities) and gasometric (hypoxemia, hypercapnia, respiratory acidosis) criteria.
Gasometric techniques were doomed to extinction from their first use because they were so cumbersome and fraught with mercury-related environmental problems; however, the use of such methods led to a basic understanding of blood gases and acid-base balance.
of penicillin CR CR RN V potassium(M) (333K) (303K) (303K) 3 x [10.sup.-4] 0.2625 2.3063 0.0370 6 x [10.sup.-4] 0.2000 2.3063 0.0313 9 x [10.sup.-4] 0.1813 2.2250 0.0255 12 x [10.sup.-4] 0.1750 2.0875 0.0255 15 x [10.sup.-4] 0.1375 2.0063 0.0238 Gasometric Thermometric Con.
Soil organic C was determined by dry combustion (Nelson and Sommers 1982) in a LECO high-frequency induction furnace (LECO, Saint Joseph, Michigan, USA) corrected for inorganic C using a gasometric method (Dreimanis 1962).
Biogas was collected in gasometric ampules and directly injected into Varian Micro GC 4900 chromatograph for methane determination.
Gasometric experiments were carried out at 303 and 333 K as described in literature (Oguzie, E.E., 2006; Umoren, S.A.
Using colorimetric and gasometric techniques, his work influenced the practice of medicine and played a major role in guiding the direction of clinical chemistry for the remainder of the century.
Its 29 chapters covered principles of spectrophotometry, flame photometry, gasometric techniques, electrophoresis, accuracy, precision, control charts, significant figures (still abused by most authors and journals), and normal values.