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unit monitor

In radiation therapy, a calibrated unit of dose that determines the length of the treatment.
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The NPA cyber force unit monitors computer viruses around the clock on 57 computer terminals at police headquarters nationwide and has been publishing updates once a month on computer virus attacks.
5) An internal central compliance unit monitors Bank's adherence to these policies and procedures.
A central processing unit monitors driving conditions and the throttle position and distributes power in the most efficient and environmentally friendly way possible.
Our Filtec unit monitors finished bottles and rejects any that are over/under filled or improperly sealed.
This unit monitors the slightest of movements by a sleeping infant and sounds an alarm if movement stops for 20 seconds.
Of the two active units, one generates the data signal sent to the uplink, while a second unit monitors a downlink echo from the satellite used to verify the quality of the sent data.
Spawr's expertise is in metal laser mirrors for high-power, materials-processing applications; a patented unit monitors production welding, for example.
The Health Services Division's Communicable and Infectious Disease Unit monitors both inmates and staff for acute infectious diseases.
Carleson said a division of the state's elevator inspection unit monitors safety of portable carnival rides and ski lifts, but does not inspect fixed amusement rides.