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output

1. Electronics
a. the power, voltage, or current delivered by a circuit or component
b. the point at which the signal is delivered
2. the power, energy, or work produced by an engine or a system
3. Computing
a. the information produced by a computer
b. the operations and devices involved in producing this information

output

[′au̇t‚pu̇t]
(computer science)
The data produced by a data-processing operation, or the information that is the objective or goal in data processing.
The data actively transmitted from within the computer to an external device, or onto a permanent recording medium (paper, microfilm).
The activity of transmitting the generated information.
The readable storage medium upon which generated data are written, as in hard-copy output.
(electronics)
The current, voltage, power, driving force, or information which a circuit or device delivers.
Terminals or other places where a circuit or device can deliver current, voltage, power, driving force, or information.
(science and technology)
The product of a system.

output

(architecture)
Data transferred from a computer system to the outside world via some kind of output device.

Opposite: input.

output

(1) Any computer-generated information displayed on screen, printed on paper or in machine readable form, such as disk and tape.

(2) To transfer or transmit from the computer to a peripheral device or communications line.
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Group Water intake Urinary output (mL/kg/day) (mL/kg/day) Normal pregnancy 139.18 [+ or -] 66.54 [+ or -] group (11) 9.47 9.98 Gestational 761.18 [+ or -] 638.82 [+ or -] diabetes mellitus 93.64 *** 77.90 *** as the control group (11) Zuogui Wan 290.50 [+ or -] 202.83 [+ or -] gestational 90.50 *** (###) 79.57 *** (###) diabetes mellitus group (12) Group Feed intake Fecal output (g/kg/day) (g/kg/day) Normal pregnancy 73.09 [+ or -] 17.55 [+ or -] group (11) 13.46 4.70 Gestational 159.82 [+ or -] 85.18 [+ or -] diabetes mellitus 32.55 *** 20.64 *** as the control group (11) Zuogui Wan 106.33 [+ or -] 49.42 [+ or -] gestational 29.08 ** (###) 14.61 *** (###) diabetes mellitus group (12) Note: all results are presented as mean [+ or /] S.D.
Specifically assess for tachycardia, a decrease in palpable pulse pressure, and urinary output or increases in CRT, skin tenting, or respiratory rate.
There was no effect of phytate content on the urinary output (P=0.195) and on the amount of Ca retained (P=0.327).
Certainly, the decreasing urinary output of iodine must be considered as one factor.
Table 1 Phases of Obstructive Nephropathy * Early or hyperemic phase 2-3 hours * Late or vasoconstrictive phase 12-24 hours * Recovery Period following relief until glomerular filtration rate normalizes * Possible postobstructive diuresis, hypophosphatemia, hyperkalemia, and hyponatremia (Mustonen et al., 1999) Table 2 Obstructive Nephropathy Symptoms * Increased frequency and urge to urinate * Urinary hesitancy * Incontinence * Decreased urinary stream * Nocturia * Dysuria * Feeling of incomplete emptying of bladder * Alternating episodes of increased and decreased urinary output References
Some studies have shown that elderly residents may produce 2/3 to 3/4 of their total urinary output at night.
SIADH was confirmed by clinical and laboratory findings (body weight stable at 35 kg, arterial blood pressure 115/80 mmHg, urinary output 1300 mL/24 h, plasma sodium 133 mmol/L (reference range 135-145), plasma osmolality 265 mOsm/kg, urea 30 mg/dL (reference range 20-80), creatinine 0.30 mg/dL (reference range 0.25-0.85), copeptin 16.6 pmol/L (reference range 3-8), urine sodium 144 mmol/L, urine osmolality 502 mOsm/kg).
Alloxan-induced diabetic rats showed a significant (p < 0.05) increase in urinary output, urinary protein and creatinine after 8 weeks as compared to their pre-diabetic levels.
After a few hours, BP and urinary output of the patient improved; however, tachycardia was still present.
Need for intra-operative monitoring of urinary output Physician documented reason Foley in place Yes / No greater than 2 postoperative days: Postoperative day: Patient criteria for Foley catheter met?
On administration of 4 [micro]g desmopressin, urinary output fell to around 100 ml/hour and serum sodium returned to 147 mmol/l, in keeping with a diagnosis of central diabetes insipidus.
Overall, depressed patients had high urinary norepinephrine and its metabolite normetanephrine, but lower urinary output of the dopamine metabolite dihydroxyphenylacetic acid (DOPAC) compared to controls.