quadripolar

qua·dri·po·lar

(kwah'dri-pō'lăr),
Having four poles.
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quadripolar

(kwŏd″rĭ-pō′lăr)
Pert. to a cell having four poles.
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*Additionally, countries such as Japan are also observed to register high adoption rate for quadripolar lead-based CRT-D devices.
Moreover, in February 2017, Medtronic Plc received the CE marking for its quadripolar cardiac resynchronization therapy pacemakers (CRT-Ps) that also allow patients to receive MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scans.
The biological effects of quadripolar radiofrequency sequential application: A human experimental study.
A quadripolar model of identity in adolescent foreign language learners (Unpublished doctoral dissertation).
Likewise, mostly bipolar electrodes were implanted, and more often in comparison with other European countries, even though quadripolar leads are more cost-effective in the long term [23].
Samples were analyzed by GC-MS on an Agilent 6890N GC coupled to a quadripolar mass spectrometer (Agilent 5973N) with ionization by electronic impact (70 eV).
This quadripolar conception determines and imposes reflective density on the condition of the historicity of science.
Endovascular medical company BIOTRONIK reported on Monday the commercial launch of the US FDA approved smallest MR conditional quadripolar cardiac resynchronisation therapy pacemaker Edora HF-T QP with a volume of 15 cc.
Using Covington and Omelich's quadripolar motivation, in which a person's internal motivation is categorized into four different areas: success-oriented, over striver, failure avoider, and failure acceptor, Simons, Van-Rheenan, and Covington (1999) analyzed the success of student athletes based on the type of quadripolar motivation they had.