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dynamic pressure

dynamic pressure

Dynamic Monte Carlo radiation transfer in SPH: radiation pressure force implementation

Dynamic hyperinflation and intrinsic positive end-expiratory pressure

Systolic pressure variation--a way to recognize dynamic hyperinflation.

Dynamic analysis of blood pressure changes in progressive cerebral infarction

Spatiotemporal pore pressure evolution due to fluid-mass point sources in dynamic poroelasticity

Dynamic changes in right ventricular pressures during haemodialysis recorded with an implantable haemodynamic monitor

Effect of positive end-expiratory pressure on pulmonary shunt and dynamic compliance during abdominal surgery

Modelling carotid artery adaptations to dynamic alterations in pressure and flow over the cardiac cycle

Comparison of arterial pressure and plethysmographic waveform-based dynamic preload variables in assessing fluid responsiveness and dynamic arterial tone in patients undergoing major hepatic resection

Ischaemic stroke or TIA in older subjects associated with impaired dynamic blood pressure control in the absence of severe large artery stenosis

Determinants of dynamic changes in serum creatinine in acute decompensated heart failure: the importance of blood pressure reduction during treatment

A volume buffer capacity device dynamically reduces excessive venous line pressure and arterial gaseous embolic load during minimized cardiopulmonary bypass

Dynamic and static shell properties of white and brown shell eggs exposed to modified pressure microcrack detection technology

The influence of bicuspid aortic valves on the dynamic pressure distribution in the ascending aorta: a porcine ex vivo model

Simulating nectarine tree transpiration and dynamic water storage from responses of leaf conductance to light and sap flow to stem water potential and vapor pressure deficit

 

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