active controls

active controls

Flight-control surfaces and associative operative systems that operate automatically to alleviate loads imposed by uncommanded acceleration in any plane, as in a gust. Active ailerons or tailplanes operate in unison to reduce vertical acceleration.
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He was preparing to transfer his management of the Bank, and to give up any active control of other commercial affairs in the neighborhood, on the ground of his failing health, but without excluding his future resumption of such work.
Diastolic BP, a secondary outcome measure, fell in the intervention group by 14.5 mm Hg more than in the active controls. In the intervention arm, 68% of participants reached the prespecified goal blood pressure of less than 130/80 mm Hg, while just 11% of the control group hit this target, a significant difference.
Compared with an active control group who received instruction about blood pressure and lifestyle modification, participants receiving the intervention saw significant reductions in systolic BP at 6 months (N Engl J Med.
(and) more active controls that go beyond the object of your supervision.'
Piher Sensors and Controls met the electronic sensor input requirements needed for the redesign of the revolutionary JoyBar, an intuitive control for electric wheelchairs developed by Active Controls. The original JoyBar model was a vast improvement over the traditional Joystick control, which had been notorious for being extremely difficult to operate.
To solve these issues, Active Controls developed the Enhanced JoyBar using Piher's redundant, non-contacting rotary sensor technology to replace the analog (single output) potentiometric circuitry design of the original model.
This NDA application for the treatment of schizophrenia includes results from three positive trials in over 1700 patients, two fixed dose studies with active controls and one fixed-flexible placebo-controlled dose study using the change from baseline in Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) total score as primary efficacy endpoint, said Forest.
(4) Of the 18 trials, 8 were placebo-controlled and 10 used active controls (diuretics vs angiotensin-converting enzyme [ACE] inhibitors, digoxin, or ibopamine, a dopamine agonist).
In 1995 an article in Spine reported that lower back pain occurred less frequently among former elite athletes than less active controls. Research has shown that exercise has no effect on the development of sciatica, and that trunk muscles in lower back pain patients are frequently weaker than in healthy individuals.
He says that you cannot use active controls in randomized clinical trials of new drugs because you do not know their precise effect in that particular trial population.
Insufficient vaginal lubrication was reported by 26% of 167 sexually active women with a history of cervical cancer and 11% of 236 sexually active controls. A total of 25% of cancer patients and 3% of controls said a short vagina interfered with sexual function.
ITT analyses revealed that CBT was no more effective than non-CBT active control treatments or TAU in reducing anxiety diagnoses.

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