DLPP

AcronymDefinition
DLPPDetrusor Leak-Point Pressure (urology)
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Based on 2016 consumption figures, DLPP consumes 156,700 kwh/year of electricity, which will now be fully produced on-site through the solar panels.
The installation of solar panels at DLPP makes it the first facility of its kind in the UAE, which will generate clean energy on-site.
Based on 2016 consumption figures, DLPP consumes 156,700 KWh a year of electricity, which will now be fully produced on-site through the panels.
The decision to commence CIC was based on the DLPP at initial cystometric evaluation, evidence of renal tract ultrasound abnormalities (predominantly hydronephrosis), and incontinence and its complications, such as pressure sores.
The following variables were investigated for an association with evidence of renal damage, according to previously published studies: female sex, previous UTI, neurological level (motor), mobility, elevated DLPP, and CIC adherence [3, 15-21].
The mean result for DLPP was 21cm [H.sub.2]O (range 8-56cm [H.sub.2]O).
She had been identified as having a high risk bladder (DLPP 49cm [H.sub.2]O) when she initially presented for surgical repair at the age of four months.
Detrusor leak DLPP--urethral DLPP is defined as point pressure (DLPP) competence in the lowest regards to detrusor pressure elevated storage at which leakage pressures.
The capacity is usually reduced and the DLPP is elevated above the danger threshold of 40 cm[H.sub.2]O.
This usually accompanies a poorly compliant bladder with a high DLPP. DSD represents the most serious consequence of the neuropathic bladder as it produces a so-called 'hostile bladder' that threatens the upper urinary tracts.
* Detrusor leak-point pressure (DLPP) over 40 cmH2O predicts upper tract deterioration in neurogenic bladders.
More than 300 solar PV panels have been installed on the roof of the warehouse, which will generate over 160,000 kwh/year of electricity, sufficient to meet the annual electricity consumption of DLPP. Excess electricity will be transmitted back to the DEWA grid.