Recruitment maneuvers can be defined as a strategy to increase transpulmonary pressure transiently with the goal of reexpansion of previously collapsed but recruitable
lung alveolar units.
Community Coordinator, West Virginia Division of Rural Health & Recruitment
Severity of single-vessel coronary arterial stenosis and duration of angina as determinants of recruitable
collateral vessels during balloon angioplasty occlusion.
by giving a hypnotic agent to raise the arousal threshold in patients with recruitable
upper airway muscles (105,106).
If that's also the case elsewhere, then a when-to-start study is not recruitable
Morgan is now a recruitable
student athlete, and UCLA could only confirm if it is recruiting him.
In each household, the youngest recruitable
child in the target age cohort was selected.
The "surplus" silence of Austen's third person narrative puts the reality effect of the epistolary novel (its refusal to adjudicate between its characters' writings) to a new use: "[By] no longer serving the 'real' in the way that unwritten language had done previously, Austen's silence--a residual but profoundly functional silence in her case--was recruitable
to other uses.
These relations can be understood on the background of experimental data showing that an intermediate state of neuronal activation is a precondition for the generation of paroxysmal depolarization shifts, whereas a hyperpolarized neuron will remain sub threshold, and a depolarized neuron that already produces action potentials is not recruitable
for other activity.
We went through a number of different designs and got input from focus groups of recruitable
people, and this was the design that best conveyed the message we were trying to get out.
There exists a potential workforce that is recruitable
They're not recruitable
in the same way that state actors and officials used to be.