IFR

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AcronymDefinition
IFRInstrument Flight Rules (aviation)
IFRInternational Fleet Review
IFRInternational Financing Review (Thomson Financial Limited, London, UK)
IFRInstitute of Food Research (UK)
IFRInstitut Fédératif de Recherche (Research's Federative Institute)
IFRIssue for Review
IFRInherently Flame Retardant
IFRInterim Final Rule (FDA)
IFRIn-Flight Refueling
IFRInstrument Flight Rule
IFRInterim Financial Reporting (accounting)
IFRIntegral Fast Reactor (nuclear reactor)
IFRIncreasing Failure Rate
IFRInternal Floating Roof (storage tanks)
IFRInterleaved Frame Recording
IFRIndustrial Frame Router
IFRIsochronous Frame Reference
IFRInteractive Fax Response
IFRIris Frame Relay
IFRIdeal Final Result (problem solving)
IFRInternational Federation of Robotics
IFRInterface Repository (CORBA)
IFRInfrared Receiver
IFRInfield Fly Rule (baseball)
IFRInstitute for Fisheries Research
IFRInspiratory Flow Rate
IFRInstitute for Fisheries Resources
IFRInitial Flight Release (aviation)
IFRInternational Finals Rodeo
IFRIron Fortified Rice (program; Philippines)
IFRIndoor Firing Range
IFRInternational Financial Review
IFRInternational Fellowship of Reconciliation (est. 1919)
IFRInterrupt Flag Register
IFRInstrumented Flux Return
IFRInterleaved Frame Recording (Video)
IFRIn Frame Response
IFRIn-Flight Report
IFRInstitut für Religionspolitologie eV (Duisburg, Germany)
IFRInterior Furniture Resources (Harrisburg, PA)
IFRInduced Field Ratio
IFRIntrinsic Failure Rate (reliability engineering)
IFRInitiative for Fiduciary Responsibility
IFRInsurance and Financial Review (State Farm)
IFRIssued for Review
IFRInstitute of Finance Research (Vietnam)
IFRInjury Frequency Ratio (OSHA)
IFRInternational Fantasy Regulation (Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest)
IFRIndirect Fractal Resolution
IFRIntegrated Functional Representation
IFRInterference-Fading Resistance
IFRItem for Review
IFRInstant Failure Rate
References in periodicals archive ?
Influence of inspiratory flow rate, particle size, and airway caliber on aerosolized drug delivery to the lung.
FVC: Forced vital capacity, FEV1: Forced expiratory volume in first second, FEV1%: Percentage of FVC expired in the first second, PEFR: Peak expiratory flow rate, FEF50%: Forced expiratory flow at 50% of expired volume during FVC test, FET: Forced expiratory time, PIFR: Peak inspiratory flow rate, FIF50%: Forced inspiratory flow at 50% of inspired volume during FVC test.
Prevalence and COPD phenotype for a suboptimal peak inspiratory flow rate against the simulated resistance of the Diskus" dry powder inhaler.
The average velocities in the middle cross sections (Figure 1(b)) of G6-G9 generations of the airway model were computed with the inspiratory flow rate 4.8 L/min.
Fuglsang, "Influence of inspiratory flow rate upon the effect of a Turbuhaler," Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol.
Previous studies have simulated increased inspiratory flow rates using a model (21) or have asked participants to increase their respiratory rate voluntarily using a metronome (9,11).
Differences in the performance of VHI, such as inspiratory flow rates, plateau time, peak pressures and volumes delivered, raise concerns about the efficacy of treatment and patient safety with regards to barotrauma and volutrauma.
With PSV, the patient controls the respiratory rate and exerts a major influence on the duration of the inspiration, inspiratory flow rate and the Vt.
Bake B, Wood L, Murphy B, Macklem PT, Milic-Emili J (1974) Effect of inspiratory flow rate on regional distribution of inspired gas.
(a) the inferolateral resection of inferior turbinate with preservation of the mucosa of the medial aspect of the inferior turbinate to facilitate the entry of inspired air more into the inferior meatus than into the middle meatus (this physiologically increases the inspiratory flow rate along the inferior meatus).
Inspiratory flow rate can vary depending on a patient's health, effort, or physical abilities.
On some ventilators, inspiratory flow rate is determined by tidal volume, respiratory rate, and the inspiratory:expiratory ratio (I:E).