reduced frequency

reduced frequency

[ri′düst ′frē·kwən·sē]
(mechanics)
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The conclusion of the study was that low-dose radioiodine is safe and effective for cats with mild-to-moderate hyperthyroidism, as evidenced by a cure rate of over 95% with a reduced frequency of post-treatment hypothyroidism and kidney problems.
There will be no City Line services between Coryton and Radyr as well as reduced frequency on other services on the Valley lines network.
If the strike goes ahead Metro services will start at the normal time but run with a reduced frequency until 8.
uk The reduced frequency means six journalists' jobs will go in the paper's Liverpool newsroom.
Other than the reduced frequency time and more trips to be operated, additional buses are to run during rush hours for the service of all cities of the emirate," she added.
What is less clear is whether this increase in male births relative to female births is the result of a reduced frequency of female births or an increased number of male births.
Customers will benefit from faster data and a reduced frequency of dropped calls.
Darbepoetin alfa results in a reduced frequency of doses, providing a simpler and more convenient treatment option for patients and physicians as compared to treatment of anemia with epoetin which is the current standard of care in India, added the company.
After several years of reduced frequency, loss ratios and combined ratios are up markedly.
The same type of botulinum injection used for cosmetic purposes may be associated with reduced frequency of certain types of migraine, new research suggests.
The service will be operated using a 211-seat Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft with daily flights in summer and reduced frequency in winter.

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