time measurement


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time measurement

[′tīm ‚mezh·ər·mənt]
(horology)
A process that consists in counting the repetitions of any recurring phenomenon and, if the interval between successive recurrences is sensible, in subdividing it.
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The products allow minimally invasive, real time measurement of clinical chemistry parameters and therapeutic drug concentrations, giving healthcare professionals the information they require to more effectively manage therapy and optimise patient outcomes.
These digital diagnostic functions, which are being standardized by the SFF Committee under SFF-8472, provide calibrated, absolute real time measurements of the laser bias current, transmitted optical power, received optical power, internal transceiver temperature and the supply voltage.