Tissue temperature increases with the passage of electric current, with the greatest increase in temperature being at the site of catheter tip, while the temperature increase is attenuated at the site of indifferent
electrode site with the help of dispersive skin patches.
Restaurant staff are slower and forgetful, pharmacy staff are rude and indifferent
2 : neither good nor bad <an indifferent
Their sense of injustice has no effect on their survival because nature is "indifferent
, flatly indifferent
In charge of an indifferent
team knocked out of the Cup by Liverpool in one of the most indifferent
games you are ever likely to see.
David Devoy, housing director at St Mungo's, said: "No-one can afford to feel indifferent
to the problem of homelessness.
In an afternoon lecture that far outshone his indifferent
performance of Rebirth of a Nation, 2002, that night, Miller gave a delighted appraisal of the creative milieu global mobility conjures: "I'm in New York when an e-mail comes in from Chuck D.
Illinois Republican John Shimkus isn't on anyone's short list of gay and lesbian allies in Congress, but that doesn't mean he's indifferent
to the plight of all gay people.
I have always enjoyed reading the magazine, but in the past, I felt indifferent
to many of the articles because, I was not an aspiring businessperson.
Most people like their work - but many feel indifferent
to the success of their company, new research showed yesterday.
The court held that the county was not deliberately indifferent
to the serious medical needs of a jail inmate, despite the inmate's claim that he was given a "woefully inadequate dosage" of medication and was not treated in a timely manner.
Her pilgrimage uncovers the barbarity and savagery of the "Great War," in which cruel and indifferent
leaders feed their nation's sons to the jaws of death, and broken men offer their own pound of flesh to buy a ticket home.