Catheter implantation has been identified as a barrier to increasing PD prevalence in Ontario.
What does IMP stand for?
IMP stands for Implantation
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- Image Product
- Imager for Mars Pathfinder
- Impasse (French: Dead End; Canada Post street designation)
- Impedance (Morse Code abbreviation)
- Imperator (Latin: Emperor)
- Imperatriz, Maranhao, Brazil (Airport Code)
- Imperforate (philately)
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The aim of the study was to compare long-term results of intracoronary implantation of drug-eluting stents (DES) and bare metal stents (BMS) in patients suffering from transplant coronary artery disease (TxCAD).
s (2003) criticism of our paper involved our discussion of the possible causes of decreased implantation sites in treated animals shown in our original Figure 2 (Cavieres et al.
Ion implantation is not a coating process; it hardens the tool steel by bombarding and impregnating the surface with nitrogen ions, explains Dr.
Because ion implantation is a non-equilibrium process, the nitrogen concentration in the near-surface is as high as 50 atomic percent-much higher than can be achieved by thermal nitriding.
Following successful implantation into the lumbar region of the spinal cord in the initial seven patients specified by the protocol, the study was expanded to include implantation directly into the brain.
Ion implantation - and its cousin, ion beam mixing - are significantly different.
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