This last analysis confirmed the trend observed in the main study, regardless of the previous exposure duration (three to five years for recent users to more than 10 years for users who had always taken benzodiazepines during the follow-up period).
What does ED stand for?
ED stands for Exposure Duration
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- Expedited Data
- Experiences and Directions (OWL workshop)
- Experiment Driver
- Exploitation and Development
- Exploratory Development
- Explosive Decompression (rapid expansion of gas in elastomeric seals)
- Explosive Diarrhea
- Explosives Detection
- Explosives Development
- Exposure Draft
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They also contend that other relevant health end points or estimates of exposure duration were not adequately considered.
Nonpassenger close contacts with longer exposure duration (>12 hours), compared with those with shorter duration ([greater than or equal to] 12 hours), recorded the higher attack rate (p<0.
The researchers analysed activities such as walking, gardening, cycling, fishing, boating, horse riding and farming along with assessing the participants exercise intensity and exposure duration.
The effects of total exposure duration and interrupted versus continuous exposure in flooding therapy.
Importance of suitable PVS2 exposure duration at 0[degrees]C One of the key to successful cryopreservation by vitrification is the careful control of dehydration and prevention of injury by chemical toxicity [16,24].
In absolute CL emissions there also is a systematic increase with increasing exposure duration up to 21 days.