pressure reversal

pres·sure re·ver·sal

cessation of anesthesia by hyperbaric pressure; of major importance in understanding the mode of action of anesthetics.

pres·sure re·ver·sal

(presh'ŭr rĕ-vĕr'săl)
Cessation of anesthesia by hyperbaric pressure; of major importance in understanding the mode of action of anesthetics.
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The straight-side, eight-point gib-guided press features a 36" x 36" bed, 28" of daylight, an adjustable stroke of up to 12", distance and pressure reversal, pressing speeds up to 23" per minute and a pre-slow down circuit to set height for changeover from rapid advance speed to pressing speed.
Patients were subsequently monitored and reassessed at 3-4 months (first follow-up), at 6-7 months (second follow-up) and at 9-10 months (third follow up) for blood pressure reversal / regression / resurgence.
1) The NTSB noted that research demonstrated that a spike test can identify certain defects that may not be revealed by a hydrotest alone, but which may fail when the pipeline is returned to service after the hydrotest through a phenomenon known as pressure reversal.
Peer Pressure Reversal, Chapter 2: "A Skill to Give a Child," by Sharon Scott
The phenomenon of pressure reversal occurs when a defect survives a higher hydrostatic test pressure but fails at a lower pressure in a subsequent repressurization.