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self-test

[′self ¦test]
(computer science)
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Wrapping of I/O modules is accomplished within a given card or between two similar cards, which minimizes the wiring in the self-test ITA.
The potential strength of a self-test lies in the possibility that women who are reluctant to undergo a regular Pap smear collected by a health care provider might he open to providing a cervicovaginal sample if they could collect it themselves, Dr.
Managing director John Rees said: "I set up CDC to bring to the market a self-test device to help sufferers from asthma and eczema.
In the future, we may see self-test kits for therapeutic drug monitoring (most likely theophylline), calcium levels (for osteoporosis), cholesterol, cold and influenza screens, and possibly sexually transmitted diseases other than AIDS.
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Units carry out self-tests that reduce the demand on the maintenance schedules over the lifetime of the product.
Pregnancy tests are the second most widely used type of self-test, and I believe that ovulation tests will gain in use as the procedures become easier and fertility clinics recommend the kits instead of daily temperature charting.
In fact, 93% of participants stated that the self-test was easy to perform, 82% preferred it to undergoing a regular Pap test, and 85% said they would be more likely to undergo testing if they could use the self-test to collect their own samples.
In addition, when a patient phones his doctor to say that his gonorrhea self-test is positive, the physician will almost certainly schedule an exam and order a repeat assay through traditional channels.
Contract award: blood glucose meters and tests for self-test.