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TEST. Something by which to ascertain the truth respecting another thing. 7 Penn. St. Rep. 428; 6 Whart. 284. Vide Religious Test.

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Whatever the outcome in the emergency department, point-of-care testing devices may prove valuable elsewhere such as nursing stations in northern Manitoba.
For example, the panel found that the mirror designers needed to increase the spacing between two elements of a testing device called a null corrector.
Figure 3 is a photograph of a typical commercially-available testing device which gives the conductivity expressed as a percentage of the International Annealed Copper Standard (% IACS).
Technologically advanced testing device systems and stringent government norms in different countries is expected to create tremendous opportunities for the market growth in the forthcoming years.
ApneaLink Plus is a simple, low cost, portable, four channel home sleep testing device designed to determine the treatment progress of patients in oral appliance therapy, and confidently identify those at risk for sleep-disordered breathing.
The new device features a digitally controllable specimen spray, which turns the XLS+ from a lightfastness testing device into a full-fledged weathering instrument.
A new water-resistant, hand-held closure testing device measures the application and removal torques of closures at the bottle filling line.
Tympany, Inc., has invented the Otogram/Audiometer--the first and only automated and self-administered diagnostic hearing testing device. The Otogram/Audiometer guides a patient through the following diagnostic hearing tests in about 20 minutes: pure-tone air and bone conduction with masking, speech reception threshold, and speech discrimination.
The panel reported finding an error in the "null corrector," a testing device used by mirror manufacturer Perkin-Elmer Corp.
A Type II or Type III sleep testing device is covered when used to aid the diagnosis of OSA in patients with clinical signs and symptoms indicative of OSA if performed unattended in or out of a sleep facility or attended in a sleep lab facility.

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