The upper hook of each aortic ring was attached to a force displacement transducer (BIOPAC) through a silk suture and changes in isometric force were recorded on a polygraphic
system (BIOPAC software, USA).
In premature infants and young full-term infants, the underlying polygraphic
and behavioral measures that define sleep states do not become fully comparable with adult sleep measures for several months.
To be able to measure the necessary polygraphic
data such as ECG, breathing, muscle tone, eye movements or noise from snoring in humans and animals outside the medical laboratory practice in a way suitable to the function, SIGMA Medizin-Technik GmbH has constructed devices for such uses with data-capture and analysis software.
In Estonia there was a strong scientific, industrial and polygraphic
basis for the journal that soon became very popular.
However, although many MS patients with fatigue complain of sleep disorders, polygraphic
studies show normal sleep latency; moreover, no association between fatigue and nocturnal hypoxia or other breathing disorders was found (Comi et al.
POLYANDROUS no Andrews singing sis POLYGRAPHIC
a birdy tattle-tale POLYSYLLABIC see Polyglottal POLYGRANTA a fondness for pomegranate seeds POLYALCOHOL booze for birds POLYCENTRIC a parrot turns into a penny POLYGON she flew away POLYGLOTTAL swears in many tongues POLYPHONOUS a birdy phone phreak POLYUNSATURATED never goes out in the rain POLYMORPHOUS a sleepy one, or shape shitter POLYCARBONATE the parrot ate the carbon copy POLYGENE cowboy singer Autry's parrot POLYNOMIAL she didn't get any food
The law regarding consequences of a peace officer's refusal to submit to polygraphic
examinations was amended to provide that it will now be voluntary rather than mandatory, for an officer, against whom an allegation of misconduct is made, to submit to a polygraphic
examination concerning such activities.