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pre·in·duc·tion

(prē'in-dŭk'shŭn),
An effect from the action of environment on the germ cells of progenitors on their grandchildren.
[L. prae, before, + inductio, a bringing in, fr. induco, to lead in]

pre·in·duc·tion

(prē'in-dŭk'shŭn)
A modification in the third generation resulting from the action of environment on the germ cells of one or both individuals of the grandparental generation.
[L. prae, before, + inductio, a bringing in, fr. induco, to lead in]
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After the 16 weeks of preinduction treatment, changes in oral glucose tolerance test areas under the curve showed significant differences between the oral contraceptives group (a mean increase of 24 mg/dL/hour) and the lifestyle modifications group (a decrease of 1 mg/dL per hour) or the combination therapy group (a decrease of 17 mg/dL/hour).
I was classified I-A and was to report back to the Federal Building for my preinduction physical.
Independent sample t-tests then revealed that there was no difference between the thought suppression group and the mindfulness group at either preinduction, t(22) = 0.
Sources said these agents will work undercover and their preinduction training is already going on.
Initial temperature (T0) was taken preinduction using a tympanic probe (Genius First temp model 3000A, Sherwood Medical, St Louis, USA).
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In young adults, the combining use of sevoflurane 8% in nitrous oxide and the VCB technique provided rapid induction and low complications, but also was associated with a reduction of approximately 20% of the preinduction value in systolic arterial pressure.
Hoffman, of the department of obstetrics and gynecology at Christiana Care Health Services in Newark, DE, stated, "We probably don't truly create the same parameters that a woman does through our process of preinduction cervical ripening.
Preinduction of anesthesia in pediatric patients with nasally administered sufentanil.
However, preinduction screening was involved; thus subjects with severe psychopathology were excluded from that study's sample.
Typical of these early selections is Next, a one-acter about a "fat man in his late forties" who is mistakenly asked to report to a military infirmary for his preinduction physical.