pressure area

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pressure area n.

pressure area n.

pressure area n.

Wound and pressure area management

Low-Pressure Metamorphism in the Sierra Albarrana Area (Variscan Belt,Iberian Massif)

Seasonal abundance of copepod assemblages and grazing pressure in the Kerguelen Island area (Southern Ocean)

Experimental potting impacts on common UK reef habitats in areas of high and low fishing pressure


Systemic pressure does not directly affect pressure gradient and valve area estimates in aortic stenosis in vitro

Cheek and tongue pressures in the molar areas and the atmospheric pressure in the palatal vault in young adults

Comparison of mitral valve area by pressure half-time and proximal isovelocity surface area method in patients with mitral stenosis: effect of net atrioventricular compliance

Mitral valve area by the pressure half-time method does not correlate with mean gradient in mitral valve repair patients

410 Role of 3D echocardiography in assessing mitral valve area post surgery: Better than 2D planimetry and comparable to pressure half time (PHT)

Spatiotemporal behavioral plasticity of wild boar (Sus scrofa) under contrasting conditions of human pressure: primeval forest and metropolitan area

Assessment of accuracy of the Doppler pressure half-time method in the estimation of the mitral valve area immediately after balloon mitral valvuloplasty

Left ventricular pressure–area relations as assessed by transoesophageal echocardiographic automated border detection: comparison with conductance catheter technique in cardiac surgical patients

Surfactant impairment after mechanical ventilation with large alveolar surface area changes and effects of positive end-expiratory pressure.

Sap-flux-scaled transpiration responses to light, vapor pressure deficit, and leaf area reduction in a flooded Taxodium distichum forest

Identification of patients suitable for ventricular resynchronization therapy based on normalized LV-RV pressure loop area


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any of the areas of the body where a bone is close to the skin surface, so that pressure on that area (e.g. by lying in bed) deprives the overlying tissues of their blood supply (see bedsore).

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