QMAX

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QMAXMaximum Quantity
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5 kw (m4) qmax = 864 m3 / h; the total power of the electric motors of the pumps nep = 4.
It added that 'all sites are considered to be accessible by up to QMax LNG carrier sizes'.
Efficacy of preoperative urethral dilatation was evaluated at 4 week (V1), 12 weeks (V2), and 24 weeks (V3) after surgery by determining the International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS) and by measuring the peak urine flow rate (Qmax) and the postvoid residual (PVR) urine volume.
Prior to PAE, the patients were clinically evaluated by the urology service, and uroflowmetry was performed to measure the maximum urinary flow rate (Qmax).
Maximum P sorption capacity (Qmax) was significantly correlated with clay content ([rho] = 0.658) and aluminium (Al)- or iron (Fe)-oxide concentrations ([rho] = 0.470 and 0.461 respectively), and the DOC Qmax was correlated with Fe oxides ([rho] = 0.491).
Experimental data followed the Langmuir adsorption isotherm that is revealed from the R2 values and adsorption capacity (qmax) 7.915 mg g-1 and 111.178 mg g-1 for both RBGH and UMBGH, respectively.
Data published from the MedLift Study show that patients who were treated for obstructive median lobe with the UroLift System experienced significant improvements in IPSS (International Prostate Symptom Score), Qmax (peak flow rate), and QoL (quality of life) scores.
In our series, Qmax less than 15 ml/s on UFM were considered to have recurrence and these patients were subjected to ascending urethrogram after six weeks of procedure.
0.63 [+ or -] 0.6 g/dl, P < 0.05).[7] A study analyzed the 12-month outcome of low-powered HoLEP (LP-HoLEP) for patients with symptomatic benign prostatic obstruction (BPO) showed that maximum flow rate (Qmax) (12 vs.
Definitions Used in the Discussion Qmax: Maximum flow rate VT: Voiding time VV: Voided volume PVR: Post-void residual urine FC: Flow curve EMG: Electromyography LUT: Lower urinary tract DV: Dysfunctional voiding VUR: Vesicoureteral reflux For these reasons, providing accurate uroflowmetric measurements is important in determining the correct voiding position, teaching the correct voiding behavior, eliminating possible factors negatively affecting voiding, and taking into account all other factors influencing voiding.
Surgical correction was considered successful when there was statistically significant improvement in Qmax, IPSS, and QoL score.