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The indications for CRT had been as follows: Heart failure (LVEF [less than or equal to] 35%) due to ischemic or non-ischemic cardiomyopathy with NYHA functional class III-IV, sinus rhythm and QRS duration [greater than or equal to] 120 msec.
Access times less than 95 msec (80 msec for CD-ROM)
About Mountain States Employers Council MSEC is a non-profit membership organization, founded in 1939, designed to partner with employers throughout the region to maintain productive employer/employee relationships and build effective, successful businesses.
QTc values over 450 msec in adult men and over 470 msec in adult women are considered prolonged and should be investigated further.
0 msec intervals, which enable extremely accurate measurement of test force effects in the elastic or break regions, according to the manufacturer.
Start-up delay is 10 msec with a 7 msec response time, with on/off cycling in less time.
5-inch form factor, with 13 msec average seek times.
It is Fahrenheit/Celsius switchable and have a quick response time (250 msec, 95% response), adjustable emissivity, and a large digital display featuring a bar graph of the last 10 temperature points measured.
SDNN msec The standard deviation of all NN intervals, an estimate of overall variability.
This means that 50 blocks must be processed every second; that is, 20 msec per block.
For comparison, the total displacement of the pole during the corresponding 14-month Chandler period was about 500 msec of arc, or about 15 meters.