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Silent gap

silent gap --> auscultatory gap

The period during which korotkoff sounds indicating true systolic pressure fade away and reappear at a lower pressure point; responsible for errors made in recording falsely low systolic blood pressure, especially in hypertensive patients, of up to 25 mm hg, and avoided by pumping the cuff 30 mm Hg beyond palpable systolic pressure.

Synonym: silent gap.


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Re: When is it okay to call a scientist a whore?

Can't believe days have gone by and you all are still silent on this. Do you really need to confer with your lawyers before you apologize for shameful behavior? Shame on you, you sicken me. What you have at this site can be easily replicated by people ...

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by ShameonYou
Mon Oct 14, 2013 2:27 am
 
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Re: When is it okay to call a scientist a whore?

... I won't stand on the sidelines and watch something like this happening to anyone - man or a woman! Make this right really quick because I won't be silent. I will make sure that everyone on the web knows what your company stands for. Sincerely, Nina M.

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by NinaM
Sat Oct 12, 2013 7:04 pm
 
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... and google "synonymous substitution mutability" and "silent substitution mutability" (without quotes) Yeah, so? How is that related?

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by JackBean
Mon Sep 10, 2012 3:08 pm
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Increasing Information For Genetic Algorithm
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... and google "synonymous substitution mutability" and "silent substitution mutability" (without quotes)

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by Rap
Thu Sep 06, 2012 1:54 am
 
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Re: Sound and how the brain reacts to it

... for information about this. I too identify some deep-felt pleasure (metaphysical, not sexual) with various sounds. These sounds are amplified in a silent or quiet environment. Sounds like the rustling of canvas pant legs together, the sound of an old book's crisp pages being flipped, the click ...

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by Lukiemon
Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:24 pm
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Sound and how the brain reacts to it
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