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isobaric

 [i″so-bar´ik]
having equal or constant pressure or weight across space or time.

i·so·bar·ic

(ī'sō-bar'ik),
1. Having equal weights or pressures.
2. With respect to solutions, having the same density as the diluent or medium; for example, in spinal anesthesia, an isobaric solution has the same specific gravity as spinal fluid.

isobaric

adjective Having equal weight or pressure over time or space; referring to barometric pressure

i·so·bar·ic

(ī'sō-bar'ik)
1. Having equal weights or pressures.
2. With respect to solutions, having the same density as the diluent or medium.
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By means of this couple of the high-accuracy formulas (27) and (28) we have performed, first of all, the point-by-point transformations, [C.sub.p] (T) [??] [[THETA].sub.D](T), for all those isobaric heat capacity data points, [C.sub.p] (T), with respect to which the concept of effective Debye temperatures is actually applicable, that is, for [C.sub.p] (T) < [C.sub.Vh] ([infinity]) = 6R (cf.
We, therefore, conclude that isobaric levobupivacaine and ropivacaine doses used in the study produce adequate anaesthesia and analgesia for lower limb orthopaedic surgery without any serious side effects.
At atmospheric pressure (0.1 MPa isobaric) [k.sub.m] of methyl caprate shows a slight downtrend with two-order form described in (10) but not first-order form described in Daridon's formula (5); however for 0.1 MPa isobaric of ethyl caprate is almost horizontal; meanwhile [k.sub.m] show uptrend, which accelerates with increasing pressure, at isobaric with temperature elevated.
For the hydrogenoxygen flame, the average time for an isobaric loop decreases from 1:49 minutes to only 5 seconds.
Keywords: Spinal anaesthesia, Lateral decubitus position, Induction position, Isobaric bupivacaine.
Licker et al., "Relative quantification of proteins in human cerebrospinal fluids by MS/MS using 6-plex isobaric tags," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
Also, since the epidural pressure in the sitting position is greater than in the lateral, when an isobaric (effectively slightly hypobaric) drug is injected, the effect of EVE may well be greater in the sitting position because there is no gravity-dependent limitation of its cephalad spread.
There is an additional group where nobody knows the number of persons exposed, but which is increasing significantly since some years: people working in isobaric hypoxia (server rooms, special rooms with hypoxia for fire protection, storage rooms for fruits and vegetables, and many others).
The isobaric specific heat of a food material generally decreases with increases in pressure.
Unlike other exposures of the GHS where pressure at peak temperature increases up structural section, in the Sutlej Valley the GHS displays a nearly isobaric inverted metamorphic temperature gradient.
In the present paper, meteorological data at the station level and at the isobaric levels of 850, 500, 250, 100, and 50 hPa are analysed.
This includes an isobaric forecast (mean sea level pressure) as well as the expected location of major weather systems to include high-and low-pressure centers, fronts, dry lines and troughs.