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The latency between 0 and 5000 msec for task acquisition using audio and visual/textual transformation to accomplish an assembly task was analyzed.
Five hundred msec after the presentation of small black circles, the target was presented for 50 msec.
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)
Fast FLAIR imaging incorporates inversion times in the range of 2000 msec to 3000 msec to cancel the signal from cerebral spinal fluid (CSF).
this can take as long as 100 msec per retrace, during which time the receiver is blind.
multiemitter jamming multiplex time range of 2 to 99 msec; and signal collection duration of 2 to 999 msec.
This plan from MSEC and UnitedHealthcare holds a great deal of promise.
Typical integration times for -20 to 350 C objects with a FLIR InSb camera range from about 6 msec to 50 psec depending on the camera model.
The standard controller offers closed-loop 3 dB bandwidth with a 600 gm load of 30 Hz (11 msec for moves below 30% of travel range), and the high-performance controller offers closed-loop 3 dB bandwidth with a 280 gm load of 75 Hz for moves over 70% of the travel range (3.
QTc values over 450 msec in adult men and over 470 msec in adult women are considered prolonged and should be investigated further.
This meter provides a six-digit LED display with large 1/2" numbers and a 6 msec refresh rate.
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