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response time

1. The delay between the first administration of a medication and the onset of or recovery from its effects.
2. The duration of a reaction.
See also: time
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An application's performance model correlating response time with workloads is used to predict response time.
The ability of the examinee had a mediating effect between RI cognitive style and item response time in CAT.
"But more people's response times dramatically will decrease.
"Whilst response times to fires across all fire services have increased slightly over the past 20 years - at seven minutes we are still well below the national average of eight minutes 42 seconds.
The response time target of less than 15 minutes within the metropole for urgent cases, was met in 70.9% (4) of cases over the study period which is almost in line with international standards and likely only aspirational elsewhere on the continent.
Now it seems the response times can be sacrificed for more ambulances which will improve the service's ability to get people to hospital rather than using resources on fast-response cars simply to meet targets.
LL43, covering Tal y Bont near Dyffryn Ardudwy, had the slowest median response time for red calls in January at 20 minutes and 19 seconds.
THE Welsh Ambulance Service have recorded their best set of emergency response times since a new clinical model was introduced last year.
The need to reduce response time, improve public safety standards and provide the public with best services came up for discussion at the Abu Dhabi Civil Defence General Directorate high level meeting recently.
The expressions for average response time and number of requests in the system respectively are derived in [1] and given below:
Board (CSB) response time. This issue's ILPPP Data Corner presents a brief summary of the response time data collected by the survey.

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