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responsive

(of an organism) reacting to a stimulus
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This study demonstrated that SVV may be suitable for predicting fluid responsiveness in patients undergoing protective OLV in pressure-controlled ventilation mode.
They discuss how CEO characteristics impact the strategic flexibility of a firm, strategy development at a Scottish medium-sized enterprise in manufacturing using an open strategy lens, the role of autonomy and supportive leadership in adaptation and strategic responsiveness in firms by fostering entrepreneurial behaviors, the performance effects of interacting strategy-making processes and the influence of leadership style and applications of interactive control systems, antecedents to strategic responsiveness among medium-sized enterprises in Spain, strategic sense-making and renewal using corporate archives, and temporary incorporation as a mechanism of strategic responsiveness.
Study leader Tobias Grossmann said, "From early in development, variability in altruistic helping behaviour is linked to our responsiveness to seeing others in distress and brain processes implicated in attentional control."
The worst category was Satisfaction with Responsiveness (waiting) in Medical Institutions, at 33.54 points, summed up as low.Even some Pakistani cities (Islamabad, Lahore) fared better than the Slovak capital, according to Numbeo.
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OMNICOMMANDER is a veteran-owned firm that creates sites built-in mobile responsiveness, SSL encryption while observing ADA guidelines on accessibility for disabled members.
The aim of this study was to test whether systolic cardiac function can influence the diagnostic value of PLR in predicting fluid responsiveness.
We identified a prospective cohort of patients with neurogenic bladder who were undergoing their first intravesical injection of onabotulinum toxin A for neurogenic detrusor overactivity between December 2014-December 2016.(4) A convenience sample was used, given a lack of formal methods to determine sample size in responsiveness studies.
Gilens' analysis unveils patterns of responsiveness that look more like a plutocracy than democracy.
The main objectives of health system are improvement in health, fairness in distribution of risk and finances and responsiveness to the nonmedical needs of the population.
Background: The responsiveness of a health system is considered to be an intrinsic goal of health systems and an essential aspect in performance assessment.
Using Florida data on all such patients from 1992-2011, we decompose physician practice style into two components: The physician's probability of conducting invasive surgery on the average patient, and the responsiveness of the physician's choice of procedure to the patient's condition.