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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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In this study, in group R, the heart rate at preinduction level was 84.
Preinduction cervical ripening: a comparison of intracervical prostaglandin E2 gel versus the Foley catheter.
Independent sample t-tests revealed that preinduction, there was no significant difference between the thought suppression group and the mindfulness group in their level of psychological flexibility, t(22) = 0.
Between 2004 and 2006, 30 consecutive patients presenting for elective laparoscopic cholecystectomy were enrolled; one patient from group 2 withdrew in the preinduction room, leaving 14 patients in group 1 and 15 patients in group 2.
Rats with normal and elevated (via preinduction with zinc) levels of hepatic zinc thiamin were studied.
Other topics include the role of the educational developer in multiprofessional teams, access to technology, online preinduction courses for college, and the online summative assessment lifecycle.
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.
Poston's was the largest draft resistance of any of the camps: one hundred and seven young men refused either induction or a preinduction physical.
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.
They either refused to report for their preinduction physical examinations or refused to step forward to take the oath when their names were called at the draft induction centers.
A randomized comparison of transcervical Foley catheter to intravaginal misoprostol for preinduction cervical ripening.