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Reserve

Funds set aside to cover future expenses, losses, or claims. To retain; to keep in store for future or special use; to postpone to a future time.A legal reserve is a monetary account required by law to be established by insurance companies and banks as protection against losses.

A trial court reserves a point of law by setting it aside for future consideration and allowing the trial to proceed as if the question had been resolved, subject to alteration of the judgment in the event the court en banc decides the question differently.

reserve

v. to keep for oneself a right or a portion of the real property when transferring (conveying) a parcel of real estate to another. (See: reservation)

reserve

noun assets, cache, conservation, copia, fund, means, provision, resource, resources, stock, store, storehouse, supply
Associated concepts: accumulated reserve, held in reserve, insurance reserve, legal reserve, minimum reserves, preeium reserve, reserve funds, reserve valve, reserved powers

reserve

verb accumulate, amass, bank, bespeak, cache, create a fund, deposit, earmark, except, garner, hide, hoard, hold, hold back, keep, keep back, keep in reeerve, keep on hand, lay away, maintain, preselect, put aside, reponere, retain, save, set apart, set aside, shelve, stock pile, store, store away, store up, withhold
Associated concepts: reserve an interest, reserve one's rights
See also: adjourn, bank, cash, composure, cumulation, delay, depository, doubt, employ, engage, fund, garner, hire, hoard, hold up, indecision, keep, margin, misgiving, predetermine, provision, register, resource, restraint, retain, save, shelter, stock, stopgap, store, strangle, treasury, withhold
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Diagnosis of ischemia-causing coronary stenoses by noninvasive fractional flow reserve computed from coronary computed tomographic angiograms.
Usefulness of fractional flow reserve in multivessel coronary artery disease with intermediate lesions.
Use of fractional flow reserve in the assessment of chronic mesenteric ischemia.
carried out a national retrospective cohort study and investigated the clinical outcomes and cost of fractional flow reserve (FFR) guided percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) in daily practice.
s (NYSE: STJ) fractional flow reserve technology to optimise percutaneous coronary intervention procedures used to restore blood flow to the heart, the company said on Tuesday.
This led to a total of five clinical trials yielding 4,064 patients with myocardial ischemia diagnosed by exercise stress testing, nuclear or echocardiocraphic stress imaging, or fractional flow reserve.
Jude Medical PressureWire([TM]) Aeris, a wireless interventional tool that measures Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), can guide stent implantation in patients with coronary artery disease.
The platform includes existing multiscale and multilevel ARTreat (FP7-224297) models of coronary plaque progression based on non-invasive coronary CT angiography (CCTA) and fractional flow reserve computation, refined by heterogeneous patient-specific non-imaging data (history, lifestyle, exposome, biohumoral data, genotyping) and cellular/molecular markers derivable from a microfluidic device for on-chip blood analysis.
Fractional flow reserve (FFR) has emerged as a useful tool to determine the lesions that require revascularization and is now considered as the gold standard for invasive assessment of ischemia.
The system combines fractional flow reserve (FFR, an index determining the functional severity of narrowing in the coronary arteries) and intravascular optical coherence tomography (OCT, an optical signal acquisition and processing method that captures micrometer-resolution, 3-D images from within biological tissue) imaging technology.
In contrast, fractional flow reserve (FFR) is a physiologic measure of coronary stenosis expressing the amount of coronary flow still attainable despite the presence of a stenosis, but it requires an invasive procedure.

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