failure recovery

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failure recovery

failure recovery

Failure of antivenom to improve recovery in Australian snakebite coagulopathy

Complete renal recovery from severe acute renal failure after thrombolysis of bilateral renal vein thrombosis

Artemisinin-Induced Dormancy in Plasmodium falciparum: Duration, Recovery Rates, and Implications in Treatment Failure

Recovery from renal failure in malignant hypertension associated with primary aldosteronism: effect of an ACE inhibitor

Recovery of ventricular function following enrolment in a heart failure disease management program

GDF-15 in heart failure: providing insight into end-organ dysfunction and its recovery?

Cardiac resynchronization therapy improves exercise heart rate recovery in patients with heart failure

Framework of stock-recovery strategies: analyses of factors affecting success and failure

Normalization of cardiac substrate utilization and left ventricular hypertrophy precede functional recovery in heart failure regression

Oliguria, fluid overload and recovery of renal function from acute renal failure requiring renal replacement therapy

Recovery of renal function after renal failure due to cholesterol crystal embolism

Erythropoietin enhances recovery after cisplatin‐induced acute renal failure in the rat

Effect of dialyser biocompatibility on recovery from acute renal failure after cadaveric renal transplantation

Acute renal failure from intoxication by Cortinarius orellanus: recovery using anti-oxidant therapy and steroids

Effect of dialyser biocompatibility on recovery from acute renal failure after cadaver renal transplantation.

P2299Impaired diastolic recovery before discharge is associated with re-hospitalization with hypertensive heart failure

SmartRec: Fast Recovery from Single Failures in Heterogeneous RAID-Coded Storage Systems


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A procedure that allows for restart of a failed system in a way that either eliminates or minimizes the amount of incorrect system results. This usually requires the program that was running to have used a checkpoint procedure.

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