Prolongation


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Prolongation

 

(1) An extension of a contract beyond the effective period specified when the contract was concluded.

(2) An extension of the repayment period on loans issued to enterprises and organizations by the State Bank of the USSR.

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During treatment with ATO, monitoring revealed prolongation of QT interval in ECG; hence, the treatment was administered only on days with QTc <500 ms.
From a linguistic perspective, the prolongation may be seen as a resource used by the speaker to maintain possession of the conversational turn [25].
Similarly prolongation beyond 7 days was also more frequent with Nifedipine(32%) as compared with GTN (24%).
Patients should be counseled to avoid the drugs that cause further prolongation of QT interval or periodic Torsade de pointes.
The main electrocardiographic change in cirrhosis is a prolongation of the QT interval adjusted for heart rate.
Fifteen of the excluded patients showed QT prolongation (QTc 464 [+ or -] 24 ms) in the presence of one or multiple risk factors of ALQTS such as Hypocalcemia ( n = 10), hypokalemia ( n = 5), chronic kidney disease ( n = 4), left ventricular hypertrophy ( n = 3), and/or using QT-prolonging drugs ( n = 5).
KEY WORDS: Antipsychotics, QT Prolongation, Sudden Cardiac Death.
The prolongation of the political situation or its escalation may have negative effects.
En effet, la date du demarrage de cette nouvelle prolongation est fixee du mardi 5 aout pour se poursuivre jusqu'au 26 aout.
The talks between Kyrgyzgaz and Uztransgaz on prolongation of gas supplies did not bring the desirable results.
2) In up to 80% of patients on MMT, some degree of QT prolongation is observed.