deceleration


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deceleration

[dē‚sel·ə′rā·shən]
(mechanics)
The rate of decrease of speed of a motion.
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Each of the NICHD deceleration types was associated in our study with acidemia after adjustment for fever, obesity, prolonged first stage, and nulliparity.
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All deceleration tests were repeated four times for each test condition and snowmobile.
2004), courts have been pouring the foundation of deceleration in Florida.
In this study, it was aimed to determine the frequency of growth deceleration/retardation in children who had problems in growth during well-baby outpatient follow-up visits at Gazi University, Medical Faculty, the month during which it occured mostly and the causes of growth problems and to elucidate the contibution of early recognition of this deceleration to treatment and the child's health.
The midwife admitted mixing up the two pregnant women's notes and noting the deceleration of the unborn baby's heartbeat as well as failing to complete a supervised practice programme.
Spreading that same energy out over 10 feet drops the deceleration to 18G, which is bad, but survivable.
Frequency of cases with low bir th weight and caesarian was non- significantly, but borderline higher in the IUGR group suffering from heart rate deceleration.
Noting the continued deceleration in nonagricultural activity and bank credit, Bank Al-Maghrib decided to implement a new program to encourage banks to finance very small, small and medium-sized enterprises, particularly those operating in the industrial sector or whose production is export-oriented.
When the driver applies the brakes, PCS enables deceleration of up to 60kmph by greatly increasing the braking force up to twice that of the average force applied by drivers.
The European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) points out that this tendency has led to wage deceleration as well as freezes and even cuts.