PTZ


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AcronymDefinition
PTZPan-Tilt-Zoom (camera)
PTZPan Tilt Zoom
PTZPoint Zero
PTZPentylenetetrazol
PTZPhenothiazine
PTZPhase Transition Zone
PTZPhoto Zenith Tube
PTZPoisson Truncated At Zero Model
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The SN688D PTZ is designed for both indoor and outdoor installations, in low light and challenging environmental conditions, making it ideal for locations that require large area coverage, including campuses, airports, malls and hospitals.
Pentylenetetrazol (PTZ) and anandamide (N-arachidonoylethanolamine) were purchased from Sigma (St.
Similarly, the mean duration of seizure in PTZ model in control group was 81.1667 [+ or -] 46.3 s while in GBP group, it was 59.6 [+ or -] 64.05 s.
PTZ is a relatively old technology that most producers are already familiar with.
With the NDI interconnection of PTZ camera models AW-HN130, AW-UN70, AW-HN40 and AW-HN38, users can connect the cameras directly to an NDI network, with automatic detection by the NewTek TriCaster and NewTek's IP Series of professional video switchers, as well as to seamlessly integrate with the hundreds of other NDI-capable products in the marketplace, enabled on millions of NDI-capable computer systems.
The 360 DOME PTZ camera offers the most striking features to date and meant to keep a close watch on any home.
Several other studies on different combination of medications showed that AKI rates were significantly higher in patients receiving vancomycin plus PTZ than vancomycin plus cefepime or other antibiotic medications [10-12].
"The flexibility and freedom of using IP PTZ cameras means our customers can both enhance services and simplify operations," said Paul Stewart , Director/Business Development, North America.
Pentylenetetrazol (PTZ) drug can cause seizure and results in cognitive disorders,2 changes in emotional behavior3 and neuronal loss.4 PTZ exposure cause brain damage and induce epileptic seizures by affecting specific receptors and the magnitudes of seizure differ in the developing brain as compared to the mature brain.5 A large number of signaling pathways are involved that results in seizure-induced neuronal cell damage, change in behavior, intellectual dysfunction and apoptosis.6
Pentylenetetrazol (PTZ) is chemical toxin reported to interact with GABA-A receptor complex in the adult brain [17].