recovery time


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recovery time

1. The time between the end of an anesthetic infusion and the opening of a patient's eyes.
2. The time between the end of an anesthetic infusion and the patient's ability to oxygenate and ventilate without mechanical assistance.
See also: time
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Recovery time: Expect two weeks of restricted activity.
When the recovery times of the fish were assessed, a difference between test dose in terms of total recovery times of both melanistic and melanistic clownfish was found (p<0.05).
(14), [eta] is a constant, [S.sub.[infinity]] is the average cross-sectional area of LLDPE fibrils when the recovery time t approaches positive infinity.
Figure 3 shows blood lactate concentrations (mM*[L.sup.-1]) after the HIIT sessions with different passive recovery times over 30 min of recovery.
In patients diagnosed with borreliosis, recovery time was longer as compared with patients with Bell's palsy and those with HSV-1 infection.
exhibited a longer recovery time in treatment D1 ([r.sup.2] = 0.78; df = 8; p<0.001; Table 2 and [r.sup.2] = 0.37; df = 8; p = 0.03; Table 2) but not on treatment D2 (Table 2).
* However, there is very limited evidence on the effect of interventions on dialysis recovery time or PDF specifically.
Children were discharged if they met standardised discharge criteria of stable airway patency, a return to pre-MRI level of vital signs and consciousness, and a minimum Aldrete score of 8 or greater.10,11 The data of age, weight, total drug dose, time to sedation, recovery time, total sedation time, and adverse effects (i.e., episodes of apnoea, nausea, vomiting, paradoxical reactions) were recorded and the groups were compared accordingly.
Replication: Allows you to achieve disaster recovery time objectives of 24 hours or less at a remote site by creating replicas of your virtual environment and its corresponding data.
"Certain players are sprinters, certain players are more stamina players and maybe need less recovery time.
With a focus on addressing both recovery point objectives (RPO) and recovery time objectives (RTO), the solution is designed for companies that have extremely low tolerance for data loss, downtime, or risk mitigation.
According to the project consultant, the cost of liquid bulk circulation terminal amounts to $90m and the internal revenue rate is 25% with a capital recovery time of 7.5 years.