quadripolar

qua·dri·po·lar

(kwah'dri-pō'lăr),
Having four poles.

quadripolar

(kwŏd″rĭ-pō′lăr)
Pert. to a cell having four poles.
References in periodicals archive ?
0065 / 16 - catheter decapolar and quadripolar electrophysiology to the hemodynamic service - polo hsm to 2016.
Strong market acceptance and share gain of the Viva XT CRT-D, with its AdaptivCRT algorithm and Attain Performa quadripolar lead, contributed to the improvement, Medtronic said.
In addition to the CE mark approval and launch of the ACCOLADE pacemaker family, Boston Scientific received CE Mark approval for the VISIONIST(TM) and VALITUDE(TM) CRT-Ps with quadripolar pacing technology.
She discusses a relational perspective on self and identity in adolescence, self and identity in foreign language learning, a quadripolar model of identity and adolescent foreign language learning, participants' self systems in four relational contexts, self perceptions and identity display in learning English as a foreign language, of students and teachers, and evaluation and implications.
The four plastids serve as plastid-MTOCs and cones of microtubules emanating from them interact to further define cytokinetic planes and initiate a quadripolar spindle.
The procedure involves implantation of a fined quadripolar electrode under electrophysiologic and radiologic guidance.
The DBS system consists of a quadripolar electrode with spacing between the contact points of 1.
Across the past two decades, the goal orientations addressed in the achievement motivation literature have developed from a dichotomy (mastery versus performance, Dweck, 1986), to a trichotomy, (mastery, performance-approach, and performance-avoidance, Elliot & Harackiwiecz, 1996), to a quadripolar model of goal orientations (Elliot & McGregor, 2001).
A quadripolar need achievement representation of self-handicapping and defensive pessimism.
Finally, the V-LERT(TM) catheter will be designed as a quadripolar pace/record and defibrillation catheter for use in the right ventricle during routine EP studies.
The Unify Quadra CRT-D works with the company's first-to-market Quartet[TM] left ventricular pacing lead to offer a small quadripolar pacing system that helps physicians effectively and efficiently manage the common challenges of patients with heart failure.