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MVMusic Video
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MVMendelevium (isotope)
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MVModus Vivendi (Latin: way of life)
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MVMotorised Valve
MVmezza voce (Italian: medium voice; music)
MVMidland Valley Railroad
MVApparent Visual Magnitude
MVMedia-Vida.net (Spanish gaming website)
MVMiniature Vehicle
MVMichel Vick (ex football quarterback)
MVMaster Vessel
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MVMulti-Visit
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MVMemória Visual - Produções Digitais, Lda
MVCamp Merrowvista
MVManpower Voucher
MVMed'icus Veterina'rius - Veterinary Physician
MVMontaVista, Inc.
MVSimple Multi-Visit
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The study group stratified by workplace was divided by comparing minute volume at high and moderate altitudes.
Ventilator settings ASV Intellivent SIMV Set weight (kg), 69 (56-90) 69 (56-90) 69 (56-90) mean (range) Set minute volume (%) 100 -- -- Set Fi[O.sub.2], 0.40 (0.35- -- 0.41 (0.35- mean (range) 0.50) 0.60) Set PEEP 5 (2-12) -- 5 (2-12) (cm [H.sub.2]O), mean (range) Set pressure support -- -- 16.6 (cm [H.sub.2]O) Set Vt (mL), mean -- -- 497 (450- (range) 500) Set respiratory rate -- -- 12.3 (b/min), mean (range) SIMV = synchronised intermittent mechanical ventilation; ASV = adaptive support ventilation; Fi[O.sub.2] = fractional inspired concentration of oxygen; PEEP = positive end-expiratory pressure in centimeters of water pressure; Vt = tidal volume (in milliliters); b/min = breaths per minute.
The first dental assistant (DA1) timed and performed the 6 salivary tests on the patient in the following order: resting salivary consistency, flow rate from labial glands, resting pH, stimulated salivary buffering capacity, pH and flow rate (5 minute volume).
During pregnancy, increased minute volume is by increase in tidal volume rather than RR.
Minute volume ventilation slightly rose after switching from oxygen to heliox, but no significant difference was found between before and right after the start of heliox ventilation (Figure 1).
My earliest experience with 'closed-loop' ventilation started some 25 years ago (in 1988), when I started studying the clinical use of mandatory minute volume ventilation using an Ohmeda CPU 1 electronic ventilator with my colleagues Peter Potgieter and Stan Davis in the respiratory intensive care unit at Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town.
In this new technique, C[O.sub.2] elimination is calculated from the partial pressure of mixed expired C[O.sub.2] (PmxC[O.sub.2]) multiplied by the minute volume (MV) recorded from the ventilator.
Input Voltage & Power: 100-240 VAC; 50/60 Hz; 1.9 A Operating Conditions Ambient Temperature: 20[degrees]C to 27[degrees]C Relative Humidity: 30% to 75% Atmospheric Pressure: 700 hPa to 1060 hPa (525 torr to 795 torr) Therapeutic Gas Source: 50 psi maximum Flow Rate using C-Force G: 6 L/min to 40 L/min Minute Volume using C-Force V: 5 L to 25L Gas Leakage at Maximum < 25 ml/min Operating Pressure: Pressure Drop From 6-30 L/min: 1 Kpa/10.2 cm H2O max.
During hypnosis, 16 hospitalized asthmatics experienced decreased minute volume in voluntary hyperventilation (p<.005), decreased respiratory rate in voluntary hyperventilation (p<.05), and decreased respiratory rate in quiet breathing (p<.01).
The animals inhaled the aerosol in pairs (one each for the 1-hr and 24-hr examinations) for 1 hr via an endotracheal tube by negative-pressure ventilation (-1.5 Pa) at a breathing frequency of 45/min, resulting in a minute volume of about 200 [cm.sup.3]/min (Kreyling et al.