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The authors examined the relationship between patency after thrombectomy of clotted dialysis grafts and intraoperative measurements of flow (Q), pressure gradient (PGR), and longitudinal resistance (RL). SAGE Journals
Non-invasive detection of early infarct vessel patency by resolution of ST-segment elevation in patients with thrombolysis for acute myocardial infarction. European Heart Journal
RESULTS: Use of a device that costs $3,000 would be cost-effective compared with bypass surgery for critical ischemia if the 5-year patency rate is 29%–46%. Use of the same device would be cost-effective compared with angioplasty for disabling claudication and stenosis if the 5-year patency rate is 69%–86%. - Health Policy and Practice
Explanation: It seems the term is as obscure in Hebrew as it is in English, yet the definition in both needs related matter for specificity: "patency rate" in relation to other health practices, etc.
Sogifted United States Local time: 04:46 Native speaker of: Hebrew
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Enrique Definition and example sentences should be in Hebrew
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