standing test

stand·ing test

a test for the effect of a hypotensive drug, carried out by the patient: after taking the drug, the patient stands perfectly still for 1 minute beginning with the time that the maximal action of the drug should be manifested; if the dose is adequate, the patient should experience a slight hypotensive reaction.
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Lying to standing test (LST): heart rate and BP responses to standing were recorded.
(15) The Court's three-part standing test requires a plaintiff to show that: (1) she has "suffered an injury-in-fact," which is (a) "concrete and particularized" and (b) "actual or imminent, not conjectural or hypothetical"; (2) "there must be a causal connection between the injury and the conduct complained of--the injury has to be fairly ...
(58) The Supreme Court demanded a formal application of the three-element standing test: (1) Plaintiff must have suffered an "injury in fact" that is "concrete and particularized" and "actual or imminent"; (2) there must be a causal relationship between the injury and the conduct; and (3) it must be more likely than not that the relief will redress the injury.
(11) Despite serious opposition to the "all substantial rights" prudential standing test, the Federal Circuit and lower courts continue to rely on this standard to determine whether they may adjudicate the case.
(84) The Government gave several reasons for opting for a narrower standing test under the HRA than under general law, including a belief that the victim test was required to properly implement the ECHR, as well as concerns about a broader test opening the floodgates of human rights litigation.
10, 2014), Judge Meale wrote an 80-page final order analyzing appellate caselaw concerning standing in rule challenges and outlining the courts' sometimes inconsistent application of the standing test.
In any event, where legislation provides a test for standing, the agencies and the courts that review agency decisions are apt to look narrowly at the standing test.
The Court could have declined to adopt a single standing test. It could have issued a fractured set of opinions without a clear consensus.
[21,22] In the heart rate response to standing test, the 30:15 R-R ratio was calculated from ambulatory ECG recording and Nivequre software by determining the longest R-R interval occurring 30 beats after standing divided by the shortest R-R interval occurring 15 beats after standing up from a supine position.
The ALA was the first statutory vehicle for judicial review at the state level in Australia and introduced many important procedural changes to judicial review in Victoria, such as a single standing test, a right to reasons for decisions and streamlined remedies.
But, although England won 2-1 against their long standing Test rivals, Bopara endured a miserable time personally with scores of 35, 1, 18, 27, 23, 1 and 0 and he was axed for the decider at The Oval.