According to therapeutic criteria, 56 of 120 patients with PAP (46.7%) underwent a single WLL, 24 (20%) underwent multiple WLL, and 40 (33.3%) underwent surveillance without any intervention.
We compared the baseline parameters among the three groups according to the WLL times.
We analyzed the serum biochemical markers, pulmonary function test results, and 6-min walk test results before and after WLL in the 80 patients who underwent WLL therapy.
The solution in the sidebar provides the calculation for using 3/8-inch chain with a WLL of 6,600 pounds (see table at right).
When combined, the two 45-degree angles reduce the effective restraint provided by any chain by half its rated WLL in any of the three directions.
(Granted, although there is a difference between the WLL of a chain or load binder, its proof test, and the minimum breaking strength of a chain, you are not permitted to use any factors except the WLL when planning and physically securing your load according to the criteria of the table on page 32).
underwent bilateral WLL, and the resultant fluid revealed lipid-laden macrophages.
T.'s final hospitalization for WLL occurred in February 1998, after which T.'s condition dramatically improved.
A remote management system is presented in Chapter 11, and the prospects for current and future services using WLL
are covered in Chapter 12.
A proprietary WLL system designed by Cambridge, UK-based start-up operator Ionica and Nortel is now being deployed as far afield as Sri Lanka and Indonesia.
Another development in Scotland uses frequency-hopping TDMA to provide a WLL system for Atlantic Telecom, an operator based in Glasgow.
The extent of resources and time being invested in WLL technologies by European manufacturers is a consequence of the finn belief that wireless is the technology of the future.